4 Simple Ways To Speed Up WordPress


Some self-hosted WordPress sites tend to run slow, especially when you receive tons of heavy traffic every day. This may be a result of the amount of large files your site needs to load or inefficient coding. But there’s nothing worst than a slow site, so here are some quick tips on how to speed up your self-hosted WordPress site. These tips mostly apply to self-hosted WordPress site because if you’re site is hosted on WordPress.com, you’re already being taken care of.

1. Staying up to date with releases

Staying up to date with the latest version of WordPress is critical. In every update, there are usually a lot of performance enhancements. The developers at WordPress don’t release updates just for fun, but because they’ve upgrades or made something about WordPress better.

Same situation with WordPress plugins, stay up to date with the latest versions. It’s as important, and for the same reasons. WordPress plugin developers release new versions because they’ve modified the code in some way to make the plugin better. So keep up with the releases!

2. Disable or delete unused plugins

This is probably one of the biggest issues that causes WordPress sites to slow down. Depending on the plugin, they can have tons of scripts and code. So if you’re not using a plugin disable it and maybe even delete it. Decide which plugins are necessary for your site to run and then do-away with the ones that aren’t needed. It’s as simple as that.

3. Clean up your code

Since your code is what runs your site behind the scenes, optimizing it can do wonders for your load time. Below are some easy ways you clean up your code to load faster.

  • Decreasing Whitespace

    Whitespace refers to the spaces used in your code. Some coders, like myself, like to use a lot of whitespace (indented tabs, line breaks, etc.) for better readability and organization. But, decreasing whitespace will speed up your site’s load time by shaving off some extra bytes off the total size.

    An example of using some whitespace:

    .test {
    font-family: Georgia, Times, serif;
    font-size: 12px;
    color: #000000;

    An example of minimized whitespace:

    .test {font-family: Georgia, serif; font-size: 12px; color: #000000;}

  • Using external scripts

    Instead of placing tons of code in your header.php file, use external scripts. This allows the browser to cache the script so it won’t have to read it for every other page.

    An example of using external scripts:

    <script type="text/javascript" src="example.js"></script>

  • Using shorthand CSS

    Using shorthand CSS is great for everyone. It’s great for you, your browser, and your site visitors. It allows for your CSS to be more concise, and it loads faster too!

    An example of using long ass regular CSS:

    .test {margin-top: 7px; margin-right: 1px; margin-bottom: 5px; margin-left: 3px;}

    An example of using shorthand CSS:

    .test {margin: 7px 1px 5px 3px;}

4. Minimize PHP and database queries

And most important of all, cutting down on PHP and database queries. Each time a page on your site loads, if your browser has to execute any PHP queries, it adds to the load time. If you replace the PHP queries with static HTML, every time a page loads, your browser just reads the HTML.

An example of lots of queries & requests:

<title><?php bloginfo(’name’); ?><?php bloginfo('description'); ?></title>

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="<?php bloginfo('html_type'); ?>; charset=<?php bloginfo('charset'); ?>" />

<meta name="generator" content="WordPress <?php bloginfo('version'); ?>" />

<link rel="stylesheet" href="<?php bloginfo('stylesheet_url'); ?>" type="text/css" media="screen" />

<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="RSS 2.0" href="<?php bloginfo('rss2_url'); ?>" />

<script type="text/javascript" src="<?php bloginfo('template_url'); ?>/mootools.js"></script>

An example of minimized queries & requests:

<title>WPCandy - The Best of WordPress</title>

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />

<meta name="generator" content="WordPress 2.3" />

<link rel="stylesheet" href="http://wpcandy.com/wp-content/themes/wpcandy/files/style.css" type="text/css" media="screen" />

<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="RSS 2.0" href="http://feeds.feedburner.com/wpcandy" />

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://wpcandy.com/wp-content/themes/wpcandy/files/mootools.js"></script>

215 thoughts on “4 Simple Ways To Speed Up WordPress

  1. The last point is particularly helpful. Why I didn’t think about hardcoding certain obvious values before? Thanks for the info, gotta modify header.php 🙂

    The title tag might need to stay dynamic, though. For single post and so forth.

    Anyways, I was expecting to read something about using caching plugin, or even redirecting to a html version during extremely high traffic (like David Airey with one of his posts about the cracking), but then again the title of this post says “simple ways”. So it’s all good.


  2. Great tips. Talking about the first one, the new version of WordPress makes it even easier to have up to date plugins because it tells users when there are new versions of these plugins.

    I recommend the plugin WordPress Automatic Upgrade, which makes the updating proccess as simple as pressing one button.

  3. I came up with a question… On my blog I have tons of plugins, but almost all of them are disabled. If I completely delete them from my Plugins folder, would it make any difference in the blog’s speed?

  4. About your example to remove whitespace from CSS code, you could download a version with white space to your computer, then upload a version without any whtiespace to your server.
    Then, if you need to change soemthing you have the easy-to-read version on your local computer.
    A good online service for formatting and removing whitespace is the CSS Formatter and Optimizer, an online tool.

  5. Once I heard about a plugin called WP Super Cache. Somebody said it makes blog loading even faster than WP-Cache does. WPCandy could try it and tell its users the results.

  6. @Bram: Haha, yeah after doing some research, I learned a ton of stuff I hadn’t known before.

    @Thássius: I think I’ll do that. I’ll go install it now and see what’s up. I know a friend who uses it for when he receives a lot of traffic and he says it helps a ton.

  7. I love when people write about things they know really well. But I don’t think this article is that case. Try to research, try to measure and you will get know that these advices have almost no influence on performance.

  8. @Michael Castilla: What do you mean by research? I speak about exactly expressable values. DB queries and generation times before all. Do you have some numbers?

  9. how much does decreasing whitespace in your css really speed things up? are we talking 1% faster? 10% faster?

  10. Thassius is correct Julian. Decreasing the file size will speed things up. Think about downloading a file, the smaller the file, the better chance you have of getting it right away. Faster someone can download, faster the browser can start decoding and translating the code.

    But with modern-day browsers and internet speeds, it probably won’t matter too much. The good benefit of using single line CSS is the ability to go back and be able to read and fix much easier. It is much simpler to find the DIV ID’s as well as being much faster for hand coding out CSS. Single line CSS fan right hurr!

  11. Whats up Kahi’s bum???

    I do agree that while this is a spot on article, something new could have been a better option (like the plugin Thássius V. suggested).

    In saying that i do like the idea of cutting down the php querries in the header, boy does that not get messy at times??

  12. @Jermayn Parker – it’s all about that listening to advices in this article is wasting of time withou any effect, sure probably except the “disable unused plugins” advice.

    By the way, making header static (point 5) does not cause any queries-count decrease, it’s mistake, advicing based on guess.

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  14. The last point is a huge revelation for me, thanks! 😀 Never quite thought about that before. With regards to the CSS, does the short-hand form work for all browsers?

  15. @kahi and @Michael
    I believe kahi is correct on your last point and you might want to redact if before everyone start taking out that vital dynamic content from their headers. I am pretty sure WordPress autoloads all those values from the database in one query and then just servers the values from php’s memory.

    To test this you could use wordpress’s query number display code which i don’t know off the top of my head. And just check and see if the total amount of queries lessens.

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  17. Great tips. One of the easiest things you could do to speed up the loading of your site is to minimize or eliminate third party services/widgets from being used on your blog. If the 3rd party site is loading slow, it’s going to cause the blogs it’s displaying on to also load slowly. Whenever possible, substitute a thirdparty service/widget with a WordPress plugin. This helps keep things local to your blog.

  18. Very, very helpful article. I am about 4 months into the whole WordPress movement and some of these seem obvious. However, I simply did not think about them being issues. Thanks a lot.

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  25. Some observations:

    The thing about removing queries and other PHP stuff: not every one has the same impact. WP actually tries to cache lots of stuff in memory, so that even when you place several functions that’d normally require a trip to the database get pulled from cache instead. That way, instead of the overhead of a database query, you only have the (much smaller, IMO mostly negligible overhead of a PHP function.

    There’s a very small overhead in using php functions (in general) vs just putting in some static html. It’s there, but it’s small. You should consider each case separately to see if the speed benefit outweighs the convenience of keeping things dynamic.

    Compressing CSS, JS and even HTML are not only interesting from a visitor bandwidth viewpoint (even though there’s still folks that don’t have 20Mbit connections at their disposal, don’t disregard them!), there’s also your own bandwidth to consider, especially if you get the occasional traffic spike. Also, minimizing the amount of stuff that gets called from your page (CSS files, JS files, images, etc): the visitor’s browser will open up a new connection for every single one, slowing things down. Don’t just minimize connections to other sites, keep an eye on connections to your own site as well. One big issue is that lots of WP plugins come with their own versions of prototype.js and the like, while there’s a version included with WP itself — so in the end you’ll end up with three different versions of prototype.js being included on your page. Bah.

    Here’s a great tool to test the impact of making your code smaller and less dependant on external stuff.

    I like your article, but there’s so much more to discover when it comes to getting your sites smaller and faster. Initially, that’s all I wanted to say. Sorry about going on and on. =]

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  36. Going with #2, also clear out database tables created by plugins.

    Instead of writing CSS without any whitespace (which makes it unreadable, a better idea is to write CSS in the normal way and compress it with CSSClean (don’t be too aggressive on compression lest it strips out necessary rules). [oh wait, I just noticed it has been told by someone else. Oh well!]

    The PHP engine is infinitely faster than MySQL, so the only thing of concern is database queries. However, in case of traffic spike, PHP can be a bottleneck too.

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  49. I have been debating whether to use the WP Super Cache plugin. The issue I have is that I do not like the fact that you have to CHMOD 777 the Wp-Content directory. If I change it back after installation, it just seems to slow back down.

    Someone needs to come out with a plugin to speed up wordpress like the super cache plugin without having to use 777.

    Maybe someone already has one and I am missing it?

    Another question I have is, which plugins and widgets are the worst as far as slowing down the loading of pages and posts?

    Thanks for the tips and information.

    I am still learning.

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  64. This article deserved some link love. Very useful and easy to follow. So i decided to add your article to my blogroll at http://makehowto.info/
    I wish you a lot of traffic and hopefully many WordPress Bloggers to make use of this. I’d love a faster Internet 🙂 Well Done!

  65. I’m not sure how much the white space deletion would help. We are talking milliseconds here and sometimes the code is hard to read after you one line it.

    It just depends on your coding style. If you have to learn a new coding style is it really worth a few milliseconds?

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  77. I just did a css file cleanup test on http://www.cleancss.com/

    It has some neat options too, as to how you would like it optimized. If it takes you 5 minutes to go back in and find where you have to make changes to your styles it may not be worth it though 🙂

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  84. If you want WordPress speed-up, you will have to consider WP-Cache also. WP-Cache is caching module and I made some test on WordPress installation before and after WP-Cache. Results were amazing. From 3.44 requests per second, WordPress became able to handle 235 requests per second, Testing environment was 2.6Ghz dual core P4 with 1GB memory on Linux.

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  109. I’m not trying to rag on you, but I feel that some of your points are misleading.

    Using external scripts will not necessarily improve your load time, in fact, it could make it worse. Each time a script loads, most browsers block all other page component downloads while it downloads and parses (lacking a link, this was discussed in a Google teck talk).

    Removing white space from CSS and CSS shorthand is a minimal, but false optimization. Using CSS that doesn’t employ child elements as part of the selectors is a better optimization (see http://jimbarraud.com/2008/05/07/css-inefficiency/).

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  146. Great article,
    Other speed tricks are: Themes with header images or backgrounds are not all compressed images. If you take a look at the sizes of the images of ones you use on the main page or images that were included with the theme before installing you can drasticlly speed up your blog

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  165. The second step really helped me in speeding up my wordpress. Disabling some of the plugins really speeded it up!!! Thnx once again for this great post.

  166. When I minimize whitespace my website loading time increases with a couple of seconds (WordPress) and I wonder why.

    the SuperCache plugin is very usefull since it decreased loading time by a couple of seconds.

  167. Hi all.
    I have also seen other ways to speed up a blog. I would say that the pluggin was named “super cache” or something similar. What’s your opinion about this cache applications? Do they really work?

    Thanks for all this tips.

  168. Thanks for these great tips..Can you tell me how to reduce image size without loosing quality.I have tried smush it but i have to add all images manually to shrunkit.is there any other plugin?

  169. Thank you for sharing this information with us, you can also use

    to load the site buffer which backend server is busy rendering the html.

  170. Hello,
    Thanks immensely for the tips on unnecessary plugins. I’ve a tendency to activate plugins, and deactivate them without deleting them

  171. very nice tips…the white space i have just tried and its has decreased my loading time…thanks a lot…css tip is also a great one i am trying that now…is there any plugins also for this????

  172. Im impressed!! Great article.. It really did help me increase the speed of my wordpress blog. Thanks alot!! Keep ’em coming!

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  174. Some fantastic tips here thanks so much, i have been wanting to speed up my blog for sometime and i moved hosting and that helped a little bit, then i fixed up my code and now i deleted all the unused plugins and that really helped, thanks so much

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