Of course, not only can you get more speed out of your WordPress site by doing without, but also optimizing existing ones.
This includes, among other things, the reduction of CSS and HTML code, which ensures that the page loaded faster by the browser and thus can be displayed faster.
In any case, you should have installed a tool that constantly monitors and optimizes the cache of your page. Because here as well, with increasing numbers of visitors and interactions with the site, it can lead to performance slumps.
Classics include the most popular plug-ins:
- WP Optimize
Also a good all-rounder is the plug-in WP Fastest Cache (WPFC) which is very popular in the community due to its wide range of functions.
Because here are additional options such as image optimization, as well as the Precaching offered, which ensures that when visiting your page automatically a selectable number of pages or posts are already in the browser of the user summoned, while this still deals with other content on the page.
As a result, the user is also offered an added value by sometimes completely disappearing from loading times, since the page can then no longer be provided by the server but from the cache of the browser.
It should also be noted here that you should opt for one of the plug-ins mentioned, because too many cooks ruin the porridge, and ultimately bring no added value for your page, since they were all taken care of with the same tasks.