Use WP QuickDraw with a caching plugin to better optimize your website

We recommend using caching plugins in conjunction with WP QuickDraw for the best results! Full page cache plugins speed up websites by serving static (or nearly static) versions of a page to site visitors rather than querying the WordPress database on every page load. One of the first steps of a browsing session is waiting for the browser to get a response back from the remote server. Full page caching plugins can make that server respond much quicker!

 

QuickDraw is a loading and rendering technology for JPG, GIF and PNG images. Optimizing your images first and using caching plugins like W3 Total Cache, WP Super Cache and WP Rocket just adds to the magic.

 

WP QuickDraw works by asynchronously loading images on a webpage through JavaScript, so its functionality does not interfere with a full-page cache. We have tested WP QuickDraw with W3 Total Cache, WP Rocket, WP Super Cache, and other popular caching plugins for WordPress. Additionally, WP QuickDraw PRO integrates with the CDN functionality included in popular caching plugins to serve up progressive image experiences from remote optimized media servers.

Standard WordPress
WordPress with
Caching Plugin
WordPress with
WP QuickDraw
WordPress with WP QuickDraw
and Caching Plugin

Speeds Up Your Website

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Increases Sales and Conversions

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Boosts SEO

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Improves Google PageSpeed Score

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Enhances User Experience

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Prevents Layout Shifting

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Saves Bandwidth

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Speeds Up Image Rendering

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Prioritizes Above-the-Fold Content

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Optimizes Mobile Rendering Intelligently

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