We have put a lot of effort into improving your site speed and reaching a 90+ PageSpeed score when hosting on 10Web and after migration of your websites.
In the general settings of the speed optimizer plugin, we have added the option to enable responsive images. This option adds the srcset attribute to your images and allows for the browser to display the most appropriate size per screen resolution being used.
WebP is a smaller image file format that has the same quality as larger jpeg files. Smaller file size makes for faster loading websites. Now when you migrate or create a website on 10Web, WebP serving is enabled by default. Meaning, if the WebP file format exists, that is what will be sent to the browser. In addition, after website migration, the homepage images of the site will be converted to WebP format.
Slider exclusion from JS delay
By default, the delay all JS option is enabled in the 10Web speed optimizer. You may have websites that are using sliders that you may not want to delay. Now you have the option to exclude the 10Web slider from delay
- Improved Critical CSS generation
- Improved WebP image regeneration
We recently launched 10Web User & Team management, allowing you to collaborate with professionals and your clients. This time around, we have worked out the kinks in the design of the dashboard, giving you a more intuitive, clear, and fast experience when collaborating with your team.
The workspaces you belong to are now clearly stacked to the right of your screen in the main sidebar. Hovering on a workspace tile will display the full name of the workspace and your role in it, with your own workspace stacked at the top. And, switching to a workspace is just a click away.
The adrenaline is coursing through your veins. The suspense is palpable. You’re eagerly waiting, unable to think of anything else. Finally, communication is made. Your spirits lift for a brief moment, before hearing the dreaded, “I’m sorry, but…”. A sales objection. Yet again. Truly one of the most disappointing things to deal with in any business, especially considering all the hard work and time that goes into client discovery. Whether it’s because they found a better option, or they don’t fully understand what you can do for them, or a matter of not being willing to spend what you know your services are worth, the list of objections unfortunately goes on and on. But, if the excuses from prospective clients are starting to become a little too commonplace in your business, it’s time to make a change. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place. We’re going to take you through…
The anticipated (or dreaded) roll out of Google’s latest page experience update has already come and gone. Did it do wonders for your traffic…or were your worst fears realized? Or, perhaps you are just remembering about this change now, while reading this post? Fear not, as now that all the commotion has calmed and the dust has settled, we’re going to do a deep-dive into this update and tell you everything you need to know. Let’s start with the basics. Google officially announced the (slow) launch of this update for desktop on February 22, 2022. Initially saying it would be a process of a few weeks, the updates for desktop were completed on March 3, taking nine days in total. A much shorter overall process when compared with the two and a half month long mobile launch that came to its conclusion in August 2021. What exactly is the new…