Combining CSS and JS files has historically been a popular method of improving a website’s performance.
By concatenating all of your files into one asset, you minimize the amount of calls that are being made to retrieve these assets from the web server.
In 2020 however, is combining files to reduce request calls a valid optimization method?[…]
Shopify Theme = the files and templating system that control the design of your site.
My goal with this post is to help non-programmers understand the system and show you how to edit your site’s design with code.
If the Customize theme section doesn’t have the option to change what your looking for, it’s time to dig […]
Here at Speed Boostr we optimize a lot of websites to help improve Shopify store performance. After all, a fast site is a vital ingredient for keeping users on your site and in creating conversions.
When performing optimizations, I spend quite a bit of time using developer tools to inspect network activity and loaded resources.
Over 20% of all US web searches happen on Google Imagessource: searchenginejournal.com/on-page-seo/image-optimization
That percentage is probably higher if we break down those searches to shoppers.
Google Image Search is a great place for people to shop because they can view a lot of products instead of a text and links.
Have you optimized […]