How can I safely boost mobile loading speed of my site?

Valentina99
Tourist
5 0 4

Hi, Tell me how to increase the site loading speed on a mobile device? I'm afraid to delete something I need, especially in a Java script.

 

I am attaching the link: https://pagespeed.web.dev/analysis/https-capriste-com-products-capriste-beauty-gift-card/8vqk1x1ceu?...

 

site: https://capriste.com

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sahilsharma9515
Shopify Partner
976 122 183

Hi @Valentina99 I have looked into the site speed, and I got you that you are afraid for removing google, facebook, tiktok code that is most important to you. There are other js as well which is causing you the issue.

 

You can follow these points to increase the site speed of your store.

 

  1. Compress the image size as much as you can so that it can load quickly.
  2. Remove all the unused 3rd party app from the store that you are not using.
  3. Remove the unused code that you are not using in your theme and you may have added it earlier(Or some third party app have added the code).
  4. Remove the unused theme that you are not using.
  5. Remove all the unused pages or template that you are not using right now.
  6. You can also add the lazyload in all the script so that it will take less space and will load only when it will be needed.

There are some other points as well that I haven't mentioned above.

 

If you need any assistance then please feel free to ask the same.

 

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Lana
Shopify Staff (Retired)
849 77 109

Hello, @VeriVendi!

 

 

I just had a look around your store, and while I was browsing I did not find any issues with the speed - my experience was pretty smooth.

 

Are you experiencing any site speed issues first hand when you're browsing your store?

 

The reason I ask is because with site speed, we have to take into consideration several factors - those which can be controlled, and others that cannot be controlled.

 

Examples of factors that cannot be controlled include the customer's device, their network connection and their location - which can all contribute to a slower site speed. This could be the case for you, if you have a good score but you're still experiencing issues. 

 

Factors that we can control and that can lower your site speed include custom codethird party apps and even product images. 

 

If your images are high quality large files, then it is completely normal to experience slower loading times. If you're finding that the image load times are affecting the user experience negatively, then you may need to consider optimizing the images. I would recommend trying an app like LoyaltyHarbour Image Optimizer to do this.

 

I have a full guide on this for you in our help doc on improving your site speed here.

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vian_FoxEcom
Shopify Partner
104 6 20

Hello @Valentina99 

 

Based on the PageSpeed report, we can see that most issues come from scripts of third-party solutions, namely: GTM, Tiktok, Facebook Pixel, and some Shopify apps.

 

For Shopify apps - you can contact with the app team to ask them for tailored advice (avada is in the list here)

For third-party solutions - the only way is to remove them compeltely - if you want better page speed. 

This case is especially true for GTM and GA4 - myself as a Growth Marketer, most of the time I have to compromise between apge speed and page tracking. 

 

I hope this helps 🙂

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SAN_MSWEB
Shopify Expert
1086 130 136

Hi @Valentina99 


I hope you are doing good and welcome to the Shopify Community!
I am San from MS Web Designer.

Here are the few tips to Speed Up your Shopify store-
1. Use compressed images
2. Optimize use of Shopify apps
3. Implement AMP
4. Consider Professional Help
5. Use a single Hero Image
6. Minify Js/Css files




Regards,

San

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