Optimizing Magento 2 Performance with Back Forward Cache & Page Preload

In the ever-evolving world of e-commerce, the performance of your online store is not just a nice-to-have; it’s a critical factor that can make or break your business. Slow loading times, laggy navigation, and poor user experiences can lead to high bounce rates, low conversion rates, and ultimately, lost revenue. That’s where the right tools and optimizations come into play, transforming your Magento 2 store into a high-performing, customer-friendly platform.

Boost Your Core Web Vitals with Back/Forward Cache

Google’s Core Web Vitals (CWV) are a set of specific factors that Google considers when evaluating the user experience of web pages. Improving these vitals can significantly enhance your store’s visibility in search engine results and provide a better experience for your visitors. One powerful way to boost your CWV Field Data is by enabling the Back/Forward Cache (bfcache) for your Magento 2 store.

The Back/Forward Cache is a feature that allows pages to be cached in the browser when a user navigates away. This means that when the user returns to the page via the browser’s back or forward buttons, the page can be displayed almost instantly, without needing to be reloaded from the server. This not only improves the user experience but also significantly enhances your store’s Core Web Vitals.

Page Preload for Instant Page Loads

Taking performance optimization a step further, our Page Preload feature ensures that pages are loaded into the cache before the user even requests them. This can lead to “zero-TTFB” (Time to First Byte) page loads for subsequent visits, providing a more seamless user experience and potentially boosting your conversion rate.

Our single extension combines the benefits of Back/Forward Cache and Page Preload, offering a robust performance enhancement toolkit for your Magento 2 store. It’s a comprehensive solution designed to improve both the performance and usability of your online store.

Conclusion

In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, the performance of your Magento 2 store is more important than ever. By leveraging powerful tools like Back/Forward Cache and Page Preload, you can significantly enhance your store’s performance, improve user experience, and boost your conversion rates. Our comprehensive solution is designed to be easy to implement, highly effective, and fully aligned with best practices endorsed by industry leaders like Google. Don’t let slow loading times hold your store back—equip your Magento 2 store with the tools it needs to succeed in today’s competitive e-commerce environment.

Magento 2.0 Training Course

Here at Extendware, we are excited to introduce our new 2.0 Magento Extensions!  We will be adding new extensions monthly and will continue to use the same quality dedication, to make you the best assets for your Magento store!

Magento 2 is very advanced and extremely solid php driven e-commerce platform. However, such a solidity has a side effect. It’s not easy to understand how everything works and organized in Magento 2 from the user standpoint especially of you had no experience with previous version of e-commerce platform, Magento first edition.

We would like to introduce you Magento 2 Essential Video Training where this “side effect” of Magento 2 is addressed. This user oriented training made by Alex Kostritsa, gives merchants, marketing managers, and other admin users the basic information they need to manage Magento 2 store. Such Magento 2 course will make your Magento 2 experience smother and effective than if you decide to dig into everything by your own.

Magento 2 Essential Video Training splitted to 3 major chapters:

Chapter #1: From this chapter you will learn how to select hosting and install Magento 2. What useful software to consider and how to install store sample data.

Chapter #2: The major section where author highlight the basic features needed for day-to-day operations. You will learn how to manage all type of products, categories etc. You will also understand how to work with attributes and attributes sets. And of course, basic marketing and tax related features are covered in this chapter.

Chapter #3: Last, but no least chapter is about adding extensions, templates as well as do other sort of tune-ups for Magento 2.

If you are looking for step-by-step  that will help you to learn basis, this video course made by Alex is a great choice!