WP Compress – Fast and Easy Image, CSS and JS optimization – Appsumo lifetime deal on SumoDay

Definitely a deal that you
want to check out. It's called WP Compress. If you skipped it in the past,
you might want to check it out again because it's really improved
from what it was from the beginning. Definitely stick around on this video
to show you all the new settings that they have and how it's going to improve
your WordPress page speed. Let's go check it out. Wp Compress can do much more
than just compressing images. It also has content delivery network
and it also functions as a cash plug in. Now, it's not as powerful as a cash plug in that's dedicated for that,
but it does the trick.

If you don't want to mess around with a dedicated cash plug in,
then this is a really great option. Now, like I said,
advanced image compressing and resizing, cutting edge performance,
like a cash plug in. It has critical CSS, delay JavaScript, lazy load images, and a little
bit more functions there. Content delivery network,
which is a really great option. Now, be aware there's a lifetime deal
going on right now, so check it out. Link will be provided in the description. Content delivery network is a system
that's going to load file nearest to them. What do I mean by that? Let's just say that your site is
hosted on a Los Angeles server. That means that if someone is watching it from France, from China, Australia,
it's going to go grab the files all the way from Los Angeles
to wherever they're watching it.

It takes a little bit longer. It might be seconds or milliseconds. Those little milliseconds count
when someone's watching their site. That means that with content delivery network from WP compressed,
it's going to load files nearest to them. If they have a server or a pop server in Frankfurt, Germany,
and they're watching it from France, well, it's going to load it from there
and not from Los Angeles. It's going to be faster for them
to delivery your images and files. There's also a white label
solution with this system. Let me jump over to my
WP Compress dashboard. Right now, I have connected
16 websites to this. Now, I don't use it for all my sites,
but I do use it for some of them.

Now, if I am looking for something that's really specific and really important
for my site, I am using a dedicated content delivery network, a dedicated
compressor, a dedicated cash plug in. But if I need it for a site where I have everything in one, this is
a great option in my use case. It could be for you, too. Like I said, check out the lifetime deal. Now, this is WP Compress
on a WordPress site. I have the plugin installed
and it's working.

Now, this is a site with low traffic
and right now it's saving me 19 %. This is the data served up. Original images saved,
optimized and assets served. The images and files are served through WP compress, so they are not causing
server load on my hosting provider. That's a really good thing. If I don't have a really good hosting provider, this is going to make
my website perform better. Now, let's go through the settings. When someone first installs WP compress, you're going to be greeted with this
right here, aside from the API key. Now, you have the option for safe mode, which is obviously a safe mode where it's
not going to do anything like this, but it's going to use the compression
and content delivery network. Now, if you want to tweak even further, go with this or with aggressive mode,
which adds all of these settings. Now, if your site works perfectly
with aggressive mode, then you're good to go because you're
going to get the best performance.

But this might break your side. It might not load some things correctly,
like some animations like that. You need to enable it,
test your side, and if it doesn't work as good, switch it to recommended
mode or optimize it manually. I'm going to leave it right now. I'm actually using custom mode
because of that reason, because I don't want it to break
some of the elements that I'm using. Now, settings, CDN delivery. What type of files do you want
content delivery network to load? Basically, I want all of them to load to content delivery network
because it's going to be faster. And like I said, the example I give you,
if someone is watching it in France and there's a server located nearest to
them, a CDN on Frankfurt, on Spain, etc. It's going to load from there. So images, SVGs, CSS, JavaScript,
and fonts from over there.

There's also the custom CDN
available if you want to use it. In this case, I did add it. This site is Lifetime Deals CDN, which is the site that I have there,
and I've added ACN to it. That means that it's going to use
my links when it loads the files. It's a really good option. Image optimization. These are the settings
for the image optimization. Do you want to resize by incoming device? That means that if they're watching it on a phone, it's going
to load the image smaller. It's not going to load the big image. If you don't have something like this,
so it's pretty cool option.

Webp images is really important
for Google page speed. They want WebP images or else they won't give you a good score on it
when you're testing it. Surfer and the images,
obviously for Apple devices. Remove CRS CST. That's some information that's in an image that's not really necessary
so you can remove it. Background images, lazy loading on these. I have it disabled
for this particular site. I do have it enabled from other sites. Check this out. Optimization level, it's going to depend
on how much you want to compress it. If you have a website that's dedicated
for images, if you're a photographer, obviously you don't want
to compress it as much. You have that option available there. Auto optimize on upload. If you are uploading a new site,
a new page, or a new post, etc. When the image is uploaded, it's going
to optimize it once you upload it.

Definitely a recommended setting. Performance tweaks. This is where it comes
into play like a cash plug in. Like I said, this is not a dedicated cash plug in, but they have the options
available, which is pretty cool. Enable caching or not,
exclude from caching. Let's just say that you have some elements
that are not loading correctly, you can go ahead and fine tune it and add
the URLs that you don't want to catch, so it doesn't break your side or it
doesn't break a little element on it. Cash compatibility,
expired cash after six hours. Css optimization, you can minify, critical
CSS, combine CSS, inline combine. This is pretty cool, having
all of this in this plugin. Javascript optimization. Then there's the other
optimization settings. You can disable emojis if you're not
using it on your WordPress site. Disable dash icons,
optimize external URLs, lazy load iframes, disable OM beds,
disable Good & Burp blogs. If you're not using that builder,
then disable it. Woocommerce tweaks, minify HTML
and exclude specific ones. Then you have the UX settings.

These are for the user
experience inside of WordPress. If you want to hide the Admin bar, show the media library list,
hide catch plug ins. This is something I would use if you're
using white label version of this. You want to hide some things for this. Generate Critical CSS. It's generating for the homepage. Here it is. Images, CSS, JavaScript status,
on and run the action. All that is included
in this WP compress plugin. If you ask me from what it was one year
ago to what it is right now, it's made huge improvements
in performance, in the user experience, and all the settings
that they've been adding.

Like I said before, it wasn't even
a cash plug in, and now it is. They're adding more settings to this. Basically a recommended plugin if you want to optimize your WordPress site
with something that's really easy to use. Now, once you fine tune it and you're ready to go, then you are going
to get good speeds on your website. But there you go. If you want to grab the lifetime deal
that's going on right now, check out the link in the description,
and that's a wrap.

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