3 tools for optimizing Web pages speed to get a general understanding of website performance

in the past few months, Google has been telling the world that web speed is becoming an important aspect of the web. The Google speed website, has been a laudable goal, is to browse books as quickly as online. In their webmaster blog, several blogs and a variety of free tools, including their own and others, have been introduced and achieved great results.

therefore, as a person in charge, if you suspect that you have a web page loading problem, the first step is to do what? Where to go to get the performance of your website’s overall understanding? Do you want to hold the stopwatch open each page on the website of the

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many of us first went where we started as our Google Webmaster tool account, login, click ", lab ", and then " site performance ". There you can see website performance data from their crawler feedback.

 

on this page, you can also see an example of the loading time of 10 pages. Unfortunately, it doesn’t show deeper. But at least you can see two or three bad performance pages for further investigation using other tools.

, YSlow, and Google Page Speed tools (both require the installation of firebug plug-ins on Firefox) seem to show the same information in contrast. So the reason why I chose YSlow instead of the page speed tool was simple. YSlow provides the level of checked pages and levels of each element, while the page speed tool returns only a green, yellow, or red warning mark up to 100 points. You might like page speed tools, but because they aren’t very different, we’ll use YSlow.

use YSlow, click on each element level after the text, it will show the details on the page is detected, whether the JS file configuration, content compression, or the current page number of HTTP requests.

 

, but that’s not all. You can check out the statistics of your page components (such as JS files, CSS files, FLASH files, etc.) and see which files directly affect the speed of loading.

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AOL page test tool has more visual performance on page loading. It shows the loading time of each element of the page with a waterfall chart. Every element you can see the DNS lookup time, connection time, the first byte time and real content download time, it can alert you to notice a single element (i.e., if the other domain name JS file takes a long time to load it directly on you your own domain name). Green vertical Table >

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