Join the WordPress Portsmouth Meetup on 16th February 2022 for some tips on “Performance – Measuring and improving your Core Web Vitals”
We’ll take a holistic view at the top 10 tips to improve WordPress performance.
Using continuous improvement techniques we’ll see what can be done to get our website to peform better.
Caveat: This is not about improving performance of high traffic websites. It’s about getting the best you can on your shared hosting.
The event starts at 7pm BST (6pm UTC). We will be providing a Zoom link for you to connect to the online Meetup.
To get the link, please register to attend this #OnlineWPMeetup.
Preparatory work – find your site’s rating
This month’s meetup question is “Do you know how your website scores? What do you intend doing about it?”.
There are two parts to this question.
Your website scores?
These are the figures you get from using Google’s PageSpeed Insights tool for each URL on your site.
Each score is a number from 5 to 100, where 5 is very bad, and 100 is excellent.
- 0 – 49 (red) is Poor
- 50 – 89 (orange) is Fair
- 90 and above (green) is Good
What do you intend to do?
If the figures for your most popular URLs are less than 90 then you may want to do something to improve the performance.
For performance measurements you might also want to try:
|7:00pm||Connect to Zoom. Bring your own drink and chat|
|7:10pm||Organisers’ introduction to the online meeting|
|7:15pm||Performance – improve your Core Web Vitals|
|8:00pm||Q & A|
|8:30pm||Close – can we stick to 1.5 hours?|
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