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    James Steave commented  · 

    If you're using Woocommerce and Elementor to create your website, it is important to optimize your staging environment for maximum performance. Fortunately, there are a few things that you can do to help improve the situation.

    First of all, make sure that your pages load as quickly as possible by minifying JS and CSS files. This will save download time for both users visiting your site on desktop devices and mobile phones. Additionally, consider running caching plugins like W3 Total Cache or CloudFlare CDN on your server in order to boost web page speeds even further.

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    Next, use EFFICIENT images! Not only will this reduce loading times on slow connections or Powerview-powered servers; it also protects against image theft through malicious file renaming schemes or data extraction attacks (often used in scams involving premium domains).

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    James Steave commented  · 

    - High-DefinitionPI or HDPI is a graphics standard that is used in smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other devices with a display resolution of at least 1280x800.
    - It offers a sharper and crisper image compared to the standard pixels per inch (PPI).
    - It is generally used on devices that have a higher screen resolution.

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