No jQuery

Rishi uses Vanilla JavaScript that optimizes your site’s performance by preventing render blocking jQuery.

Less than 70 KB

Rishi requires less than 70 KB of resources, which is far less than other bulky WordPress themes. No wonder performance is a guarantee in Rishi.

Loads in just half a second!

Rishi is a core vital optimized theme that focuses on faster speed and performance. Plus, its super-lightweight build enables your site to load faster in just half a second.

Optimized code

Rishi uses the default WordPress data and practices the best coding standards to ensure every code line is optimized.

Smart Lazy Loading for Images

Rishi loads only those images that are visible on users’ screens at a given time. Rest of the images remain unloaded. Such a feature increases the page loading speed.

Lightbox for Images and Galleries

Rishi uses the default WordPress data and practices the best coding standards to ensure every code line is optimized.

Disable Responsive Images

Due to the way that responsive images work, you may notice an increase in size when uploading them. This option disables the generation of new image sizes and saves storage space during uploading.

Add Missing Image Dimensions

These features add width and height attributes to the images to improve the CLS.

Control Image Dimensions Cropping

The crop size for the featured pictures is controlled by this switch. To save space on your hosting server, you may turn off the ones you aren’t likely to use.

Prevent Automatic Favicon Request

Adding a favicon can result in some extra HTTP requests and about 1.5KB overhead. You can disable automatic favicon requests to avoid extra requests and annoying response text decreasing the load time.

Remove Emojis from frontend

By enabling the Emojis, you are loading an additional HTTP request on every page. This can add up quickly and slows down website performance if enabled indefinitely! To avoid this problem you can disable emojis from the front end.

Disable Self Pingbacks

Disabling self pingbacks avoid annoying interlinking posts. Because you don’t need your website sending you notifications every time there is a self-ping.

Disable RSS Feeds

You can disable the WordPress-generated RSS feeds and 301 redirect URL if you don’t want RSS feeds on your website.

Load Gravatars Locally

Loading Gravatars locally by enabling caching helps to reduce the number of HTTP requests and streamline your website.

Google Fonts Optimization

You may choose from a variety of font optimization methods, such as preloading or caching the fonts to enhance rapid access and rendering. It reduces the number of requests to external font sources.

Elementor Optimization

Rishi comes with Elementor Optimization settings that you can use to enable or disable the loading of Google Fonts, Icons and Scripts as per the necessity of eliminating the unwanted functionalities.
Disable WordPress Embeds to avoid additional requests to load wp-embed.min.js on each page. The request itself is sometimes a bigger deal than the content download size.
You can disable the Gutenberg style and components while working with other page builders like Elementor. This reduces the resources file size directly affecting the performance.
Preloading your CSS helps the CSS to load in a non-blocking manner. This means faster loading times because no resources need be awaited; rather it just gets done right away!
This option will result in a faster website and page download speed by deferring the loading of render-blocking JavaScript files.
You can delay or sort the loading of each JavaScript so that the total blocking time decreases and the performance boosts.
Enabling this feature on your site removes version query strings from your static resources. This helps improve the caching of those resources to increase the loading speed.

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