Your speed is what matters today because the world is just too busy to keep loading your lazy web pages!
The speed of a webpage is most of the time confused with the speed of the website, which is not the same, although interrelated. Page speed can be described as the loading speed of a web page, to provide a positive user experience and lower the bounce rate of a webpage. The longer a web page takes to load, the faster the user switches to another website or webpage.
You should optimise the images on the web pages to allow them to load in time. But how are the images optimised? Image optimisation is done through reducing its file size without impacting its visual quality.
CSS is a sheet used to describe the presentation of a document written in a markup language. Having an inline CSS for every webpage will reduce the loading speed of the webpage, thence external CSS file should be created.
We provide actionable CDN advice and support for further improvement with minimum HTML codes and enough cache and other files for the web page to load in time. Cache and other files will maximise the resources of the webpage.
The speed of the webpage determines how fast your visitors will access the content on your website. So it is quite important!
We do image maps combine the files and inline the images of a webpage to minimise the http requests on the server.
We remove all the unnecessary characters, white spaces, duplicate script and clean the code for better speed.
Redirecting web pages takes longer than usual to open a webpage, so we try to avoid redirects on the server.
We use tools to compress your documents and help the web pages load faster with minimised and zipped documents and scripts.
404 errors makes users move to another website due to delayed loading of webpage. We fix it to improve the overall quality.