Web development at Memo Bank

Creating a bank from scratch is a big challenge. First and foremost, we need to think long term. Bootstrapping a web application in 2018 that must last for years, decades even, requires thoughtful…


独家优惠奖金 100% 高达 1 BTC + 180 免费旋转

Tips To Improve Page Speed

Google indicates site speed as one of the signs used by its algorithm to rank the pages. Research shows that Google might be specifically measuring time to first byte as when it considers page speed. In addition, a slow page speed means that search engines can crawl fewer pages using their allocated crawl budget, and this could negatively affect your indexation.

Compress files as much as possible without hurting the quality of images and javascripts. It is important to make the files as small as possible by compressing them. This lessens the load time of the page which is important for the website’s performance.

By optimizing your code (including removing spaces, commas, and other unnecessary characters), you can dramatically increase your page speed. Also remove code comments, formatting, and unused code.

Each time a page redirects to another page, your visitor faces additional time waiting for the HTTP request-response cycle to complete. The more the redirects, the slower the response time of the page, which is why minimize the redirects of URLs of the page.

Browsers have to build a DOM tree by parsing HTML before they can render a page. If your browser encounters a script during this process, it has to stop and execute it before it can continue.

Browsers cache a lot of information, when a visitor comes back to the site, the browser doesn’t have to reload the entire page. Use a tool to see if it already has an expiration date set for the cache. Caching can also make page load slower, which is why it is vital to use tools that leverage caching for browsers and pages.

The server response time is affected by the amount of traffic received, the resources each page uses, the software the server uses, and the hosting solution that is used. To improve the server response time, look for performance bottlenecks like slow database queries, slow routing, or a lack of adequate memory and fix them.

Content distribution networks (CDNs), also known as content delivery networks, are networks of servers that are utilized to give away the load of delivering content. Simply, copies of the site are stored at multiple, geographically diverse information centers so that users have faster and more reliable access to your site.

Be sure that the images are no larger than they need to be for the website, and that they are in the right file format, example is PNGs are generally better for graphics with fewer than 16 colors while JPEGs are generally better for photographs, and that they are compressed for the web.

Add a comment

Related posts:

Asking for Consent Can Be Sexy AF

You will never understand until it happens to you. This sentence is used a lot in the context of trying to explain different traumas to people who have never went through it. It’s hard to explain…

Kindergarten for losers

Mother dressed me in a white button-down with brown slacks that belled at the bottom — bell-bottoms cover casts easier than today's skinny jeans. I sported a matching jacket. On the left oversized…

Weight Loss issues? What about your obesity gene?

We all know someone who can just gobble up everything and yet not put on weight. Don’t we? At the same time, we are also aware of another group of people who no matter how little they eat, just can’t…