If you have joined WordPress content management system as your default blogging platform. WordPress is a an open source CMS comes with several blogging options included, HTML, CSS and PHP codding combination as well as a large number of plugins allow you make your working easier. However, among all of these WordPress factors some these may cause to make a website slower. Here are some of the reasons that would be making your website slow, try to resolve these issues and get a fast loading website.
Using unwanted and Extra Codes
You don’t need to worry about this issue as it happens to everyone, but need a proper know how about codding skills or the services by some expert WordPress developers. If you are using a purchased WordPress theme, these are developed with several purposes so you need to make it specific for your own website by removing extra and unwanted features of the theme. The lighter codding your website have the faster it will load. The process of CRUD (Create, Read, Update and Delete) will be continued as the time pass, so always have an eye to make your website lighter with each new update.
Using too many Plugins
Now doubt the use of WordPress plugins make work easier for bloggers but some of the plugins may cause to make your website slower to load. You should remove all of that plugins that you are not really using, and always try to keep updated all of your most using plugin. P3 WordPress plugin is one of the best source to know which plugin is slowing your website. However, the important thing to know always read complete description and technical details before installing any plugin into your WordPress website.
Using shared Hosting
If you have several domains on a single hosting account having a lot of data and daily visitors, sorry to tell you that your website is going to slower. You need an unlimited bandwidth hosting with unlimited storage space that will allow you to bear a huge number of content on your website with lots of daily visitors. BlueHost, DreamHost, GoDaddy and HostGator are the best options to start your WordPress website.