Advanced Tips for Frontend Performance Optimization in Drupal: Part 4

Advanced Tips for Frontend Performance Optimization in Drupal: Part 4

In Part 4 of Capellic's series on frontend performance optimization for Drupal websites, key strategies include serving web fonts from high-performance servers, using variable fonts, and deferring or asynchronously loading JavaScript. The article also recommends minimizing CSS complexity and using server-side rendering to reduce JavaScript reliance. These techniques aim to improve metrics like Total Blocking Time and Largest Contentful Paint.

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