Pagespeed Insights Checker

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About Pagespeed Insights Checker

A PageSpeed Insights report allows you to analyze your pages’ performance on both mobile and desktop devices and provides recommendations to fix the identified issues that can improve the page load time and overall page experience.

The Performance Score for the page reports the page's performance or lack thereof. This helps you to identify where you can optimize.

This score is determined by running a Lighthouse test to evaluate the page for accessibility.

You should score at least 90 in order to perform your job well. You're always striving to improve.

Google PageSpeed Insights use Lighthouse to analyze the given URL and generate an overall score for both mobile and desktop separately that estimates the page's performance on different metrics, like First Contentful Paint, Largest Contentful Paint, Speed Index, Cumulative Layout Shift, Time to Interactive, and Total Blocking Time.

Page Speed, as a ranking factor, is considered one of the important aspects of optimizing the site for SEO. The report shows you what's wrong with your pages and offers you a series of solutions that will help you optimize your pages for faster loading times.

How to Increase Google Page Speed

Below are some helpful tips on how to improve your Google page speed:

Use appropriate image size 

When you add images to your web pages, they must be the correct size because large images could slow down your website speed.

Use compression tools- you can use the Internet to compress large files. There are many compression tools available on the Internet today.

This can help you save bytes and improve page speed insights.

Optimize images

It’s important to be sure that your images are optimized for the web. They need to be in the right file format (PNGs are generally better for graphics with fewer than 16 colors, while JPEGs are generally better for photographs), and they should be compressed for the web.

You can use CSS sprites to make images look consistent and make your website load faster.

CSS sprites use multiple HTML files that load your page in one big chunk and only load the parts you want to display. This saves bandwidth and reduces the number of times the user must make an HTTP request.

If you’re already using a responsive design, it probably means that you are saving load time by only loading one image for the mobile user.

Use a minifier tool for HTML, CSS, and JavaScript –

It’s useful to optimize a website and increase its page speed.

In order to make sure you're getting the best SEO possible for your website, you should remove unnecessary characters such as commas and spaces from your code.

Go for a page speed test after minifying HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You'll see how much your page loads faster if there are any optimizations to be made.

Use a Leverage Browser Caching Browser 

A browser cache provides a temporary store for data like images and files and allows them to be reused without having to send all that data back again and again.

Avoid landing page redirects

There are times when you have to use a 301 redirect. That is indeed true, because each time a user is redirected, you lose precious seconds. This case is common on sites with a mobile version. Each page is redirected to its mobile version. This is why Google recommends responsive design for mobile.

Enable compression

Use Gzip, a free online file compression utility, to compress your CSS, HTML, and JavaScript files that are larger than 150 bytes. You’ll get better-quality images if you use a program like Photoshop that lets you compress image files without losing quality.

Your site's images should be optimized so that they load as quickly as possible and don't slow down your site's performance. See "Optimize images" below.

Minify CSS, JavaScript, and HTML

You can dramatically improve your page speed by optimizing your code, including removing spaces, commas, and other unnecessary characters. Remove unnecessary code, comments, and formatting. Google recommends using the JavaScript minification tools, UglifyJS and CSSNano.

Remove render-blocking JavaScript

Web browsers have to build a DOM tree from the markup and code that are on a web page before they can render a web page. If you're using an ad blocker, your site may be slow to load. You can reduce this by using unobtrusive JavaScript.

Leverage browser caching

Browsers cache a lot of information (stylesheets, images, JavaScript files, and more), so that when a visitor returns to your site, the browser doesn't have to reload the entire page.

Check your browser cache with a tool like YSlow to see if you’ve already set an expiration date for your cache.

After you’ve made your website accessible for search engines and visitors, you’ll want to set an “expiration” header for how long you want that information to be cached.

Unless your site's design changes frequently, a year or more is usually a reasonable time period.

Speed up the server's response time

Server load time affects a page’s loading time. There are many possible causes for why this issue is occurring including the number of requests made, slow routing, insufficient memory, etc. The most important thing you need to do to speed up your website is to contact your hosting provider. It is sometimes tempting to choose cheap prices by going with a shared package, but depending on the type of site, it’s better to go with a dedicated server, which will provide you with better performance.



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