Michael Mizner: WordPress Front-End Performance

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August 19, 2016

In this presentation I’ll show how WordPress themes (and sites) can be built to achieve 100/100 Google pagespeed. You’ll learn about my process of using Gulp to concatenate and minify resources, along with intentional enqueues and dequeues.

Bonus: some ways to configure cache plugins to achieve a similar effect.

Take aways:

How front-end performance effects mobile users on slower speeds.
Tips on improving front-end performance.
Gulp basics and how to use with WordPress.

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WordCamp Asheville 2016 46

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Michael Mizner 1

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Front-end 16
Speed Optimization 34
Web Performance 35

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English 4019

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