My shopify website is loads slowly.

Tourist
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Hi guys,

I tried compressing/optimizing all the images on my website through app that i paid, seemed to reduce it slightly but not big improvement.

I check on gtmetrix website, and my website seems to be slow.

https://imgur.com/Rac8EkF

Here is the image from the results.

How can i optimize the website so it loads faster ?

How do i ''levarage browser caching, serve resources from a consisten URL, or enable gzip compression"

Or any other way to speed up my website loading speed.

Link to website : https://nitinja.com/

Thank you for help !

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Shopify Expert
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Better to post a link to the store vs posting a partial report. Not a lot of useful conversation will be sparked without it.

Though that image does suggest that images are not your problem. The forum members will have more insight once they can see/test the url.

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Tourist
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Hi there,

https://nitinja.com/

Here is the link to the website * i will update it in the main post as well .

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Shopify Expert
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Your site seems pretty well optimized already, but here are a couple things:

1) You have above the fold images being lazy loaded, so the browser waits for lazysizes.js to ask for those resources.

You can fix that by removing the "lazyload" class for those images that shouldn't be lazy loaded. That should improve the perceived load time (above the fold).

2) This is a quick guide to fixing the "enable compression" I wrote. These are usually 3rd party apps that you can't control, but you can reach out to them to request it.

3) In my experience, "Leverage browser caching" warning from PageSpeed can't be removed for Shopify sites, and if you look into it more it migh be best not to anyway (for better app functionality).

You already compressed/optimized images, so that's good. Even if you don't notice a significant improvement on things like this, Google crawler and people with slower connections will notice, and those will benefit you long term.

If you want to optimize further, the most important metrics are page weight and # of requests. If you reduce those then your site will load faster.

 

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Tourist
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Thank you for your answer, 

Could you explain a bit the 1st point, how to remove lazy load class for images and how do i know which shouldn't be lazy loaded ?

Thanks

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