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Hristo is a big WordPress enthusiast and has been fortunate to have his passion for all things WordPress and his job overlap at SiteGround web hosting company. He has done it all: supported WordPress clients, built websites, played around with WordPress themes, wrote tutorials, built some plugins and helped for the various in-house performance boost solutions to make WordPress websites faster and more secure.
If you've searched recently for tips on optimizing WordPress’ performance, then you have definitely come across various techniques that people recommend.
These include all sorts of caching mechanisms, such as reverse proxies, object caching and cache plugins, CSS minification, using sprites for images, and so on. All of them are viable and effective ways to speed up a WordPress website’s performance. However, be careful when implementing any of these techniques, and always test their effect on your particular website.