Page Speed test

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About Page Speed test

Page speed tests give you an idea of how fast your site loads on different devices. They also show you which pages take the longest to load, so you can focus on improving those first.

Check Your Server Configuration.

If you’re using WordPress as your CMS, there are several plugins available that will help you with page speed optimization. One such plugin is WP Super Cache. It caches static files (images, CSS, JavaScript) so that when users visit your site, they won’t need to download them again. This speeds up loading times and reduces bandwidth usage. Another option is W3 Total Cache. It provides similar functionality, but it does more than just cache static files. It also compresses HTML code, optimizes images, and removes unused scripts.

Identify Bottlenecks.

Once you’ve identified bottlenecks, you can start making changes to address them. For example, if you see that your site loads slowly because of large images, you can use an image compression service like TinyPNG to reduce the size of those images without compromising quality. You can also optimize images by reducing file sizes through resizing, cropping, and converting formats.

Fix Them.

If you’re not sure how to fix these issues, there are plenty of tools available online that will help you diagnose and fix common web performance issues. One such tool is Google’s PageSpeed Insights. It provides detailed recommendations for improving the load times of your pages.

Monitor Performance.

You should also monitor your site’s performance regularly. This includes checking the loading time of each page, as well as the number of requests made by visitors.

Optimize For Mobile Devices.

If you want to make sure your site loads quickly, you need to optimize it for mobile devices. Google has released new guidelines that will help you do just that.