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Hi there,

I've just finished designing a new website - http://www.rjthompsonmusic.com

It looks quite good, but I'm a little concerned with the speed at which the homepage loads.

I've ran Google Page Speed and it suggests Deferring the Parsing of Javascript elements, but I have no idea what that means or how to do it.

How would you go about speeding the site up, especially when viewed on a mobile device?

Many thanks,

HT

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How would you go about speeding the site up, especially when viewed on a mobile device?

@hindu times

You need to cache the webpage and compression the files then the website will load things smoothly and quickly

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Ok that's great, thanks.

My web host suggests that I don't need to worry about caching or enabling compression on the server unless I'm getting a lot of traffic (which I'm not, yet).

Would you agree with that?

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My web host suggests that I don't need to worry about caching or enabling compression on the server unless I'm getting a lot of traffic (which I'm not, yet).

@hindu times

It's really depend on you, rather you want caching or enabling compression code on your website.

Having caching or enabling compression is an option if you want it.

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