How to optimize webflow websites page speed

There are several ways to optimize the page speed of a Webflow website:

  1. Optimize images: A website's page load time might be slowed down by large or poorly optimized images. Before adding photos to your website, optimize them using programs like TinyPNG or
  2. Enable lazy loading: The use of lazy loading can speed up a page's overall loading time by delaying the loading of images and other material until they are required. Lazy loading functionality for photos and videos is already included into Webflow.
  3. Minify JavaScript and CSS: Minifying removes unnecessary characters from code, such as whitespace and comments. This can reduce the file size of your JavaScript and CSS and improve page load time.
  4. Remove unused classes and interactions: If there are any used interactions or classes, removing those would reduce the overall size of JSĀ and CSS files.
  5. Minimize the use of custom code: Custom code can lengthen the time it takes for a page to load and add needless clutter to a website. Use custom code sparingly and only when absolutely essential.
  6. Use async or defer attributes: The async and defer attributes tell the browser to execute the JavaScript asynchronously or after the page has finished loading, respectively. By allowing the browser to load additional resources while the JavaScript is being processed, the time it takes to load a page can be decrease.
  7. Minimize the use of web fonts: Only add fonts that are need for the website. Any variants of typeface that are not being used should be removed. Also, it's best to use woff or woff2 font formats.

You can increase the Webflow website's page speed and give your users a better user experience by adhering to these best practices.

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