Now that your homepage has been automatically optimized, you are ready to optimize 5 more pages of your website using the free plan.
Which five pages should you optimize?
We recommend that you optimize the pages that are most important for your business. The priority should be pages that get the most traffic and generate the most revenue. These pages should be optimized to load fast and provide an optimal user experience.
Once you’ve decided on the five pages you want to optimize, let's move forward and take a look at how to optimize them.
Optimizing more pages
- To the left of the dashboard, under Website Booster, navigate to Pages section
- Copy and paste your URL in the Optimize Additional Pages field
- Click Optimize
Continue in the same way with the rest of your 5 pages. The optimized pages will be added to the list below.
To optimize your entire website, upgrade to Booster Pro.
Optimization from WP admin
To make the process of website creation and optimization more efficient, you can now optimize pages from the WordPress admin dashboard of your website. Click on the 10Web Booster plugin to see the optimized number of pages, your optimized home page speed score, and to manage the 10Web Booster.
In the pages section of the WP dashboard, a green icon and red icon next to the page will indicate if the page is optimized or not. To optimize a page, click on Optimize Now. To see the PageSpeed score of an optimized page, hover over the word Optimized.
You can also optimize a page as you are editing it. To the right of the Gutenberg editor, you will see a 10Web Booster dropdown menu. Click on Optimize, to optimize that page. If you are working on an optimized page, you will see a comparison of your previous and optimized scores.
If you are working in Elementor, you will find the booster in the left column of Settings under More.
The free version of the plugin automatically optimizes the images of the six pages optimized in the previous section. In the Image Optimization tab you will see the breakdown of the number of optimized images and the number remaining to be optimized along with the Automatic optimization section.
To optimize the images of your entire website and to enable Automatic optimization, please upgrade to the Booster Pro plan.
In this section, you can also enable WebP format images to be served where possible. WebP image format is a smaller file size with the same image quality. Thus, making your sites lighter and faster.
White labeling gives Agencies the opportunity to resell ready made and tested products and services to their customers using their own unique branding. White labeling of the WordPress admin dashboard is available for Agency plans only. Also, with the Agency plan, you can purchase additional websites and fully optimize them using 10Web Booster Pro.
Now agencies can white label the Booster Pro via the 10Web dashboard.
To the left of your dashboard under Website Booster:
- Click on Settings
- If you don’t have an Agency plan, click on Upgrade
- If you have an Agency plan, click on the link at the bottom of the box
You will be redirected to the WP dashboard.
- Enter the name of your organization in the field
- Click Save
The green toggle at the right hand corner of the box will indicate that the white label has been applied to Booster Pro.
To turn the white label off, disable the toggle.
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