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Speeding Up Tilda Websites

Improving the loading speed of web pages has become routine for us. We implement new technologies and optimize technical processes to speed up Tilda websites. Some of the updates are visible to the user in the personal account, while some are not.

Here are the latest updates:

🌪️ New strategy for separating critical and secondary script loading
Asynchronous connection of JavaScript and CSS files made the websites load faster. This is already implemented and works on all your projects by default.

🌪️ Instant content rendering on the page
If the feature is enabled, font loading won't block page rendering. The website will first display the system font, and after a few seconds, when the font is loaded, the text will be rendered in the connected font. How to enable: Site Settings → Fonts and Colors → Advanced.

🌪️ Delayed counter initialization
For the counter on the page to connect, the browser has to load a script, analyze the code, and execute it. Google Analytics files are quite heavy, so if you load them all at once, they will slow down page display speed. That’s why, by default, these counters are connected 2 seconds after the page loads. How to disable: Site Settings → Analytics.

🌪️ Lazy Load without showing thumbnail in Zero Block
Images will be shown gradually as the visitor scrolls down the page but only after the original image is loaded. It can be customized for each shape. Where to enable: Zero Block → Shape Element Settings → LazyLoad: On, without showing thumbnail.

We've made this guide for those who prioritize page load speed above everything else, including the design of the website. We are sharing practical tips on how to improve your website’s loading speed using current tools and settings on Tilda. After reading this guide, you will be able to adjust your website’s settings on your own and make it load even faster.

To learn more about speeding up your website on Tilda 👉 https://help.tilda.cc/website-speed
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