When accessing a website, the loading time is a very important problem. In 2010, Search Engine Land reported that it was finally official – Google counts the loading speed of your website as a ranking factor. Back in 2012, Amazon estimated that if their website loaded just one second slower it would cost them $1.6 billion in sales.
There are many ways to improve the speed of Joomla! the site, one of the easiest options is to use some extensions. We would like to introduce some of the best Joomla Performance Extensions to speed up and improve performance Joomla! site
Cache Cleaner gives you a quick link in the top right of your Joomla! Administrator (status bar), which will clean all cache by simply clicking on it. Normally you should go to the Joomla! Cache Manager, select all cache types to delete them. It doesn’t need to reload the page either, because it uses ajax to do this in the background. Cache Cleaner can also clean the temp (tmp) folder with just one click.
JBetolo primarily helps you with your front-end optimization. This extension brings us many great features including merging JS and CSS, compressing JS, CSS, and fonts, minimizing JS, CSS, and HTML, serving the generated files with a correct HTTP header, off-loading to your CDN server, multiple CDNs supported for the various file type, static content caching and removing unwanted JS and CSS files from the page.
CDN For Joomla
CDN for Joomla! is an extension for Joomla! that allows for easy integration with a Content Delivery Network (CDN). With this great extension, you will get Faster Page Loads, Reduced Server Load, More Visitors, and Higher SEO Ranking. Integrating your website and a CDN (like MaxCDN or Amazon CloudFront) with this plug-in is incredibly easy.
Eorisis: jQuery is a free open source system plugin for the Joomla CMS. Load the jQuery Library, UI, Twitter Bootstrap and jQuery scripts of your choice to your site, on any area, with plenty of options. Increase website performance by taking advantage of CDN Sources.
Choose this demo link to see Eorisis: jQuery features in action.