How to Overcome Long and Heavy Loading Blog Pages - NiaDZGN

Does loading your blog page feel long, slow, and heavy? Slow loading of blog pages can cause various problems, one of which is decreasing blog visitor
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Does loading your blog page feel long, slow, and heavy? Slow loading of blog pages can cause various problems, one of which is decreasing blog visitors. What do blog visitors have to do with loading blogs that take a long time? Of course, the two are related, bro, now just imagine if you are a visitor, then you find a blog that loads the page too long, of course, my friend will be lazy to wait until the article is fully loaded, thank God I can read the article if you've been waiting a long time -It's been a long time and the blog page doesn't open, it's even more annoying, you know, as a result, my friend gets annoyed, right? Finally, my friend, look for another blog that discusses the same article as a blog that takes a long time to load, and maybe you won't return to the slow blog again. because you already know that loading the blog page asks for mercy. haha. So, do you understand, why are visitors and loading blog pages related to each other? Umm, in this article, I will give some tips or ways so that the loading of your blog's page is not too slow when it is opened by potential visitors to your blog.

Various Tips/Ways to Overcome there may beLong-Loading Blog Pages

These tips or methods might be useful in some templates, but it's possible that some templates aren't affected by these tips and methods, because the design and structure of the code are too heavy, hehe. But it doesn't hurt to try it either, who knows one of these tips might work, right?

1. Compress Image Files

The size of the image file that you upload to your blog can have a big effect on loading blog pages. So, one way to keep your images from getting too large is by compressing the image file, what is meant by compressing here is to make a large image file size smaller. To compress it, you need software, one of the most widely used software because of its ease of compression is Microsoft Office Picture Manager. Surely you know this software right? Yup, you can access this software in the Microsoft Office program installed on your computer. The compression quality of the default Microsoft Office software is quite good, friend, even though the file size is small, the image/photo quality still looks good.

2. Don't carelessly enter Javascript, JQuery, and CSS code

Entering Javascript, JQuery, and CSS code carelessly can hurt loading blog pages. Often we do things that can be considered quite careless about the structure of our blog's HTML template code, to want to beautify the appearance of the blog instead it makes the blog slow, even difficult for blog visitors to open, therefore we must be careful in choosing these codes. . How do you find out if Javascript, JQuery, and CSS code can cause heavy loading of blog pages? Hmm, the simple way is that you have to try the code, and if the blog page loads longer than usual, just delete the code immediately.

Indeed, this method is quite difficult to find out the results directly, it usually takes some time for us to detect the difference. My advice, friends, remember carefully what code you have entered into the template so that it makes the blog page load slower, and just delete the code immediately. This was experienced by a friend of mine, the intention was that at that time my friend wanted to add a comment feature with funny emoticons on his blog using Javascript code, after a few days of installation it turned out that the loading of the blog page became very heavy, friend, the blog visitors immediately dropped by 50%  finally the problematic code was removed from the blog, and the blog loading returned as before.

Actually, apart from deleting the heavy-duty codes, we can also select or compress these codes, I am still confused, friend, with this one method, how do I compress these codes, does anyone know how? Can you please comment here?

3. Remove Widgets or Gadgets that are not too important

You need to know that in the widget there is code such as Javascript, CSS, and JQuery too, you know, which can slow down the loading of blog pages. My advice is to just delete widgets that are not so important for your blog, but if you don't have the heart to delete them, you can just choose which widget is considered the most important for you. Usually, a widget that has an animated transition is a widget that is enough to make the blog page load a little longer.

4. Choose a Blog Template that doesn't use a lot of image files

Maybe many blogger friends don't really know the difference between templates that only use HTML code and those that use a mixture of HTML code plus image files to sweeten the beauty of the template. Blog templates that use image files as the main decoration of the display, turn out to be quite heavy, you know, compared to blog templates that only use HTML codes.

5. Remove thumbnail images as article previews

Displaying thumbnails or article preview images is one of the factors that can reduce the loading speed of blog pages. Usually, we can find these thumbnails in the summary preview of the article title on the homepage, related articles, the latest articles, and many others. Actually, at this point it's optional, yes, some prefer the thumbnail to be displayed and some don't for the reason that it speeds up the loading of the blog page. I prefer to display thumbnails on my blog so that the blog looks more attractive.

6. Set the mobile request conditional tag code

Nowadays, this is the era of mobile gadgets, where everyone can do everything via their gadget/smartphone, be it buying and selling, shopping, bank transactions, or even reading blog articles. Based on my experience, when opening a blog via a mobile smartphone, it actually takes longer to load the page than if the blog is opened via a computer, maybe because the process of loading a blog via a smartphone is the same as loading via a PC.

Now, one way to make it easier to load blog pages when opened via a smartphone is to install the mobile request conditional tag code. This conditional tag code functions to disable some Javascript, JQuery, and CSS code that is not needed when the blog is opened/loaded via smartphone/gadget. For a more in-depth explanation of the I mobile request conditional tag code, you can read my article on  How to Disable Javascript Code, CSS, JQuery, and Widgets Using the mobile request Conditional Tag .

7. Do not install Google AdSense ads

It is undeniable that Google AdSense ads can make your blog page take a long time to load, this is because most of the Google AdSense ads that appear used moving images so that the ads look more attractive and informative so they can attract visitors. Well, how come we were told not to post Google AdSense ads, our goal is to blog, and besides channeling hobbies, we also have the goal of earning income from AdSense. Hehehe, yes, if you really want your blog page to load faster, not slow, or take a long time, don't display AdSense ads, lol.

But if indeed the goal of blogging friends is to channel the hobby of writing and earn income from AdSense, then this is already a risk if the loading of your blog's pages takes a long time because AdSense ads are installed. So actually at this point it is true, but fellow bloggers can't implement it on their blogs, right? right? Hehe. Google itself has set the maximum number of ads that appear on one blog page, namely 3 content ads, 2 types of search box ads, and 3 link ads. this blog only uses 3 content ads and 1 link ad. The more ads you display on your blog page, the longer the blog page will load. Read the following article for a more in-depth explanation of the  Maximum number of AdSense ads on one page.

8. Installing Lazy Load

Are there any blogger friends who already know what Lazy Load is? Umm, Lazy Load is a JQuery script code that we can attach to our blog template to speed up loading blog pages. Lazy Load might work better if our blog articles contain lots of pictures/photos, so the photos/images will open if we scroll down, as long as we haven't scrolled, the images won't be loaded/opened. To install Lazy Load, you can follow the article  How to install Lazy Load on a Blog.

9. Clear Browsing Data: Cookies, Cached Image & File pada browser

Actually, this has nothing to do with the structure of the blog code because at this point we are discussing cleaning cookies, trash, and temporary files in the browser. Often several problems cause our blog pages to load slowly and appear imperfect, apart from the several factors that I have mentioned in the points above, it turns out that slow-loading blog pages can also be caused by the browser itself because there is so much dirt. temporary files stored in the browser database to make the browser performance imperfect. What you need to do is clean up the dirt/trash in the temporary files. Here's how to clean up temporary/cached files on the Google Chrome browser, which is widely used by internet users:

- Google Chrome

If you use the Google Chrome browser, in the upper right corner of the browser there is an icon with 3 lines, click the icon, then select settings, and a new browser tab will appear, scroll down, then click "Show Advanced Settings", then it will the "Privacy" menu appears, then click the "Clear Browsing Data" tab, then on "Obliterate the following items from" select "the beginning of time", below do check only on "Cookies and other site plugin data" and "cached images and files", last step click "Clear Browsing data" to start the cleaning process.

10. Check your Internet Connection

Among all the points I have explained above, this point is the most eccentric. The internet connection factor is also a major problem and problematic among visitors and blog owners who only have a mediocre internet connection, or you could. Usually,, this problem is often experienced by visitors and bloggers who are in remote areas, where the signal range of the internet connection is limited. The longer a connection, the longer it takes to open an article. Be patient.

Umm, maybe this is enough for an article about how to deal with loading blog pages that are long and heavy, hopefully, this can provide useful information for blogger friends, if it's not useful, just laugh at it haha. Thank you for stopping by and visiting my blog, see you in the next article. What article???

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