A website speed optimization project focuses on improving website speed by addressing various issues that reduce page load time in the first place. Speed optimization is part of complete website optimization. The canvas is huge in complete website optimization projects.

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Like compressing images and CSS code modification?
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Website speed optimization usually involves optimizing images, web hosting, functionality, code optimization, cache configuration, and others discussed below.

1. Minimize HTTP requests: Reducing the number of HTTP requests sent by the browser to the web server. More request means the page will take more time to load. Reducing the HTTP request speeds up your website.

2. Optimize images: Optimize the size and format of images to reduce their download time. If you require an image of the size 600 x 400, but you uploaded the image double that size, then it is going to cause problems with page speed. The format of the image is also important. There are a few formats that load faster than the others. Know which format suits where to have the best image optimization. In WordPress, you have the plugins that help you optimize the images. Those plugins reduce the image size without losing the quality of the images.

3. Minimize and combine code: Removing unnecessary code and combining multiple scripts and stylesheets into one file. It is also called code minification. It could be JavaScript, HTML, or CSS minification. Here core developers might need so they perform the coding tasks accurately.  

4. Enable caching: Allowing the browser to store certain types of data on the user's computer to reduce the load on the server. If the user has opened a webpage for the first time, then the user's browsers will store certain data from the page. When the user opens the page for the second, third, or any number of times, the page load time will be reduced compared to the first time.

5. Minimize redirects: Reducing the number of times a user's browser is redirected to another page. Consider it similar to HTTP requests. More redirects mean the page takes longer to load because it bounces back from old URLs to the new live ones.

6. Reduce server response time: Optimizing the web server's performance. Talk to your hosting provider about speed. A simple system of clearing the cache sometimes does the work.

7. Enable compression: Reducing the size of files sent from the server to the user's browser. Compressed files will take less time to load; hence your website will be faster.

What kind of developer does a speed optimization project?

As you see from the above points, you need designers, coders, and backend developers to optimize the website. You may not need hardcore developers, but only those who can perform the tasks above.