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  • ilanopo
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    I bought the Dynamix templates three months ago and noticed that it takes to much time to load the template, anyone knows what should i do to speed up my website http://www.dynamixtranslation.com i see it takes 4.4 second and i want to have it like my other website for 2.2 to 3.0 second.

    Even if i dont put any information or any images inside the template it takes 4.4 to 5.0 second. to load

    My server is godaddy and is working fine since i have other templates from WordPress and it takes less time to load the website but using Dynamix Templates it takes more time.

    Any one have any idea what should i do about this problem?

    fscbmwcca
    fscbmwcca
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    Hi @ilanopo

    I visited your site from my end and it actually loads really fast. Testing the site using Pingdom, http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/#!/dRfPLO/http://www.dynamixtranslation.com/ , the result shows that the load time is dragged by the ‘Wait’ time for your server to respond. Please coordinate with your hosting provider to look into this issue. Using a caching plugin should help speed up the site.

    @fscbmwcca can you please send over your site’s URL so we can test it from our end?

    Thanks!

    fscbmwcca
    fscbmwcca
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    My site is http://fscbmwcca.com
    Thanks!

    Hi @fscbmwcca

    I did a test to your site and here’s the result: http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/#!/cQNVCt/fscbmwcca.com

    From that you will see that your site is trying to load 175 requests each time it is loaded, 60 of which are scripts/images from the plugins you are using, only 14 coming from the theme. The biggest culprit to the load time would be images on the site as it comprises 1.2MB of the total 2.5MB. This is understandable since the site has big images on the homepage.

    The best you can do to speed it up a bit is to add a caching plugin and/or add a CDN to your site’s setup.

    Thanks!

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