OverviewBack to top
According to statistics, a user will leave a website if it takes more than 3 seconds to load. Poor site performance makes you lose potential customers before they visit your store. Google PageSpeed Insights is a free tool that allows checking the speed of the website loading. If the result is below 90 points, we recommend you to discover the ways to make your site perform better.
Account & Pricing
No separate account is needed, but the correct functioning of the extension requires some special software to be installed: JPEG optimization tool / PNG optimization tool / GIF optimization tool / WEBp tool. If you are not sure how to install the necessary software on the server correctly, please contact your administrator or the Amasty Support Team.
- Significantly improve your site performance
- Increase your store score in Google PageSpeed Insights
- Automatically optimize product images for mobiles and tablets
- Minify, merge and bundle your website code
- Speed up store pages with Lazy Load
Optimize Code Structure
Move JS To Footer
Sign Static File
JS and CSS files are cached by browsers when a user visits a page for the first time. The extension makes you avoid showing old versions of pages to customers by signing static files.
Minify HTML, CSS & JS
Reduce the original code size from 10% to 20% by removing all the unnecessary comments, line breaks, tabs, and spaces.
Use Asynchronous Indexing
With the asynchronous indexing, you prevent conflicts between different operations. This causes a higher site performance.
Shorten the Query in the Database
Use a flat table to shorten the query in the database. The shorter the query, the better the store performance is.
Merge CSS & JS
With the extension, merge several JS and CSS files into one. Create an advanced bundle of JS using the Advanced JS Bundling feature to reduce your page size in kilobytes. As a result, the page content loads faster and Google rank for both mobile and desktop versions is improved.
Automatically Optimize Images
Speed up your site by compressing the size of all JPEG, PNG, and GIF images on your site store pages without any quality loss. Also, the extension equips your site with the lazy loading option. It makes off-screen images load only when a customer scrolls to them and thus prevents pages lagging.
Use Webp Image Format
Optimize your website images using a smart algorithm of compression. Webp format provides a smaller image size with high image quality at the same time.
Create Images In Smaller Resolutions
When a shopper scrolls a store using a mobile or a tablet device there's no point in loading a high-resolution image on a small display. The module automatically creates copies of images suitable for mobile and tablet devices. Using smaller resolutions positively influence a Google rank for mobiles.
Select Resize Algorithm
A resize and a crop image algorithm is available via smart options. When you choose to resize, images will be cut proportionally to the originals, but become smaller in pixels. When you crop, you cut a part of the image, changing its width. Make sure the pictures on your product pages are displayed appropriately and change the algorithm if needed.
Optimize Media In Bulk
Using the Multi-Process Generation option, you may compress images faster. The setting allows you to run multiple threads and minimize the time spent on your media optimization. Moreover, it is possible to automatically optimize newly uploaded images in Catalog and Wysiwyg folders.
Speed Up Loading
Apply User-Agent to automatically pre-load properly optimized images for any device. Employ all advanced page speed optimization techniques, including Lazy Load, WebP and image resize at once. This way, no matter what device your customer may have, the pages will load in no time.
Adjust Lazy Load Strategy
Due to extension settings, you can choose which strategy of two lazy loading scripts suits your system best: select jQuerry Lazy Script or Native JS Lazy Script.
|See a detailed User Guide to properly Configure Extension Settings|
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- Free lifetime updates;
- 3 months of free support services included;
- 25-days Marketplace Return Policy.
Technical SpecificationsBack to top
Magento platform compatibility
Open Source (CE): 2.1, 2.2, 2.3
Commerce on prem (EE): 2.1, 2.2, 2.3
19 May, 2020
Extensions, Site Optimization, Performance
Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Edge, IE
Quality ReportBack to top
All tests were conducted on the latest versions of Magento that existed for the compatible release lines at the moment of the extension submission. Latest versions of all other software were used, as applicable.
Release NotesBack to top
- Compatible with Open Source (CE) : 2.2 2.3
- Compatible with Commerce on prem (EE) : 2.2 2.3
- Stability: Stable Build
1.8.0 - May 05, 2020:
Improvement: we improved the behaviour with Varnish cache that was incorrect with some browsers not supporting WebP image format.
1.7.4 - Feb 25, 2020:
Improvement: we improved code constructions for Magento Marketplace standards
1.7.2 - Jan 30, 2020:
Improvement: an ability to add compatibility with 3-rd party extensions which use AJAX was added
Improvement: now the srcset in images lazy load will be deleted
1.7.1 - Dec 10, 2019:
Improvement: we corrected the work of Amasty JS Optimization
- Compatible with Open Source (CE) : 2.1 2.2 2.3
- Compatible with Commerce on prem (EE) : 2.1 2.2 2.3
- Stability: Stable Build
– New: Introducing the new feature - Amasty Advanced JS Bundling. Now it is possible to create an advanced bundle of JS that will significantly reduce the page size in kilobytes and increase the page load speed. Google rank for both mobile and desktop will be improved
– New: WebP image format was added. The extension can create a copy of an image in WebP format. Browsers that support WebP will receive images in the format.
SupportBack to top
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