Divi Speed optimisation framework.
- Deferring Images
- Deferring Background images
- Defer Images added via the WordPress editor (“add media” button)
- Defer Woocommerce plugin images
- Defer images on Divi/Extra Layout Injector plugin
- Defer images on Taxonomy Layout Injector plugin
- Minify & Combine CSS
Speed Up Divi Other Methods:
- Disable Divi Google Fonts
- Disable Open sans font that gets added either by WordPress or the Monarch plugin made by elegant themes.
- Remove Divi Scripts unless you are using the builder on the page or post
Speed Up WordPress Other Methods:
- Script Caching
- Remove query strings from static resources
- Disable Woocommerce scripts when you are not directly on a page that needs it. (speeds up other pages like your homepage)
- Remove Un-used WordPress code from header such as RSD, page shortlinks and WordPress Generator.
- Remove WordPress Emoji script if you dont need them.
1 year support
Divi Nitro defers all Divi modules that use images. A deferred image is downloaded after the initial page load (after the scripts) so the user will not notice the images downloading and wont impact the inital load time.
Take control of what scripts get minified with Divi Nitro. You can see what scripts have been enqueued and choose which files you want to minify and combine.
Are two files not combining correctly? Don’t worry, just put one in another queue to be compressed and avoid script errors on the frontend.
Divi Nitro only minifies:
- enqueued scripts (proper way to add scripts in WordPress)
- scripts on your server and not on another server such as google CDN (this is impossible as you have no control over these files).
We are not trying to take over from other speed optimising plugins. We have identified what issues we have come up with and are giving a solution. For example, caching of pages is done well by other plugins like fastest cache or w3 cache. We wont look to include this – only elements that are not supported or don’t work 100% with Divi.