1. The number five is the solution: Hold each directory level on up to five options. If you think you have more than five links, begin to group items and make sub-directories.
2. Stay up to three user clicks: All information that you offer must be at most three clicks away from the user.
3. Use no more than 30,000: As a general rule, keep the download size of your pages at 30,000. If your page will take a long time to download, warn the user with a note via the hyperlink. Also, avoid placing graphics or large applications on home page since users will become impatient and go away.
4. Easy colors: Do not use different colors in the images of text. Every additional color increases the file size. Start with few and increase gradually.
5. Clean your work: Use anti-aliasing for images to look better finished and keep the file sizes small.
6. Keep elegance: Avoid background images very large, since they make the page difficult to read. If you’re eager to use a specific design, it dramatically reduces the contrast and brightness increases.
7. Divide to conquer: Complete image forms through several small images. It loads faster than a large one.
8. Be cautious: If your blog is under construction, do not tell anyone. The famous sign “Under Construction” grace lost pretty quickly. If you want to add something new, just add it and do not do ads, and avoid putting the visitors reluctantly.
9. Show thumbnails: If you have cataloged images into your blog, use graphics or miniature type “thumbnails” instead of text descriptions. They load faster and are much clearer than words.
10. Participate with HTML tags: Use labels such as Height, WIDTH, and ALT in the images to load your blog. When using image tags, pages, and all text will be updated much faster.