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From C++ to PHP, the language Maria thinks in is code, and translates it to English for humans to understand. She has a degree in Computer Science and is the writer of choice for many organizations. She is also The Big Boss at BloggInc., calling all the shots and personally supervising every word and piece of content.

In her spare time, you can find her playing GTA V, lounging at the farm, or trying to beat her husband at indoor badminton.

Metorik review – Advanced Reporting and Emails for WooCommerce

As an online store owner, you want to be able to manage and analyze your store’s day-to-day activities easily. Right?

Imagine if you had a single dashboard that gave you a quick bird’s eye view of your store’s most important metrics. And what if you could get answers to questions like What was the best selling shoe size this month? or Which products are under-performing? without digging deeper into data scattered across multiple sources.

Certainly, you’d be able to take immediate action, improve the user experience, and grow your bottom line.

The only problem is that WooCommerce on its own doesn’t offer much functionality for effectively managing your online store. This is why you need a robust tool like Metorik to help you properly run your WooCommerce store.

How to Remove Unused CSS

Any unused CSS on your page can cause a delay in first rendering content because it takes more time for the browser to process and download the needed CSS files. You have to remove unused CSS to optimize your web page and ensure it loads quickly when a visitor accesses it.

In this article, we’ll explain how you can fix the “remove unused CSS” warning from the Google PageSpeed Insights test.

How to Avoid Chaining Critical Requests

As a WooCommerce store owner, you don’t want customers to experience poor page load speeds and response times. This causes a poor user experience that leads to visitors bouncing off your website sooner than they had planned to, without seeing your product catalog.

Chaining critical requests can cause slower page load times and poor response times on your web page. All critical resources are being rendered in the same order that’s mentioned in your HTML code. As a result, it can delay the first content rendering on the visitor’s screen depending on the size of the resource and the length of the chain.

How to Defer Offscreen Images in WordPress

As a WooCommerce store owner, you don’t want prospective customers to land on a blank, empty web page that shows no signs of content being rendered on it. This causes a poor user experience that can lead to visitors bouncing off your website.

Since images are the largest, resource-heavy elements on your web pages, optimizing them is a great way to reduce page load times on your site. This is particularly important for eCommerce sites that have lots of images on the main page, shop page, and category pages.

How to Eliminate Render-Blocking Resources

If you run a WooCommerce store, you don’t want visitors landing on your shop page only to be greeted with a blank white screen. This happens when users aren’t able to see any content on your website due to render-blocking issues. They’ll see content when it finishes downloading.

This not only causes visitors to bounce off your website immediately but also makes your website appear to be broken. Most site visitors will only stick around for about 2 seconds waiting for content to show up on their screens. After that, they’ll bounce off and, most likely, never come back.

How to improve First Contentful Paint (FCP)

When a user visits your store, the last thing you want them to think is: Is this site broken? This can happen due to First Contentful Paint issues.

For those unfamiliar, First Contentful Paint issues occur when the web page is being downloaded and users can’t see any content being rendered onto their screen after a few seconds. This not only makes for a poor user experience but also can cause visitors to bounce off immediately.

With this in mind, in this article, we’ll explain what First Contentful Paint means and what causes FCP issues on your web pages. We’ll also take a look at various ways you can fix First Contentful Paint issues to help load web pages faster.

How to fix the Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) element

Picture this: you visit a website and instead of seeing a well-crafted homepage you find no content, just a blank screen. This can happen due to largest contentful paint element issues. In simple words, this means that if the largest element on the page isn’t loaded completely, visitors will not be able to see anything except a blank page.

This not only damages the user experience on your website but can also make visitors bounce off your website immediately.

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