Automatic Website Optimizations
Do more than just leverage the power of a global server infrastructure.
No Coding Required
All of our website optimizations are done on-the-fly right at the edge. They require absolutely no coding or changes to your origin content or server configuration. Simply enable the optimizations you would like to have and Lectron will take care of the rest.
Changes the way your website loads and renders content depending on the users browser and device to decrease render times for all types of content.
GZIP and Brotli
Compresses and decrases the size of all your assets on-the-fly with the latest and most effective techniques - reducing bandwidth and increasing performance.
Removes unnecessary and redundant data from your HTML, CSS, JS, and even without affecting the resource.
Lectron will automatically detect and cache static content without you having to configure any specific files or locations.
Local Storage Caching
Caches resources in HTML 5 local storage if supported by the visitor's browser. Drastically increasing the performance of your website on modern devices.
Implements lazy loading techniques to load images only directly in view first before loading other images to ensure your user gets connected as soon as possible.
Allows browsers to pre-resolve the DNS lookups for resources on the page. Increasing performance by removing the delay for DNS resolution.
Improves the cacheability of your website's resources without compromising your ability to change the resources and have those changes propagate to user's browsers.
Transportation Layer Security (TLS) 1.3 is the latest and most advanced HTTPS protocol. It is faster and more secure than SSL or SPDY
We only use the latest and most advanced protocols. All websites on the Lectron network use HTTP/2 by default.
Fixes "insecure content" errors on your website by replacing them with the proper HTTPS version on-the-fly.
Uses inlined low-quality images as placeholders which will be replaced with original images once the web page is loaded.
Optimizes images, re-encoding them, removing excess pixels, and inlining small images. Even converting images to WebP if supported by the browser.
Replaces website assets by converting them to inline data: URLs, eliminating the need to initiate new connections for fetching the file contents.