Minifying your HTML can improve your PageSpeed Score, decrease your page’s render and load times, and reduce your overall page size. By reducing the size of the HTML files used to build your webpage, you can speed up your site’s page load times and make the download less expensive (in
Users are aware of how long they have to wait before they see a loaded website, but even a large page that utilizes a lot of resources can be seen as fast and responsive if you give priority to loading your most important content first. In this article, we will
Performance defects are affecting your site more than you probably know, and the traditional approaches to fixing them don’t cut it anymore. Explore some modernized quick fixes that can make a huge impact on web performance and associated ROI; check out the slides from Billy Hoffman’s and Buddy Brewer’s talk at
Optimizing HTML In the first episode of our new series, Web Perfectionist 101, Rigor’s Billy Hoffman explains why you should Optimize HTML for your site by focusing on Expedia.com. Billy discusses how issues with untidy HTML can impact important speed KPIs such as start render. He also makes suggestions for how simple fixes can be implemented
In December, I wrote a blog for building awareness for web performance optimization (WPO) within digital organizations. Today I am tackling another difficult issue for these organizations: building a business case for implementing tools and processes for web performance optimization. More specifically, establishing your potential web performance ROI (return on investment). Understanding
I try to read as many blogs from vendors in the synthetic monitoring space as possible, both to learn and to stay in touch with what our competition is doing. One thing that I’ve noticed is that there’s a vast amount of helpful content on how to optimize your website.
The APM (application performance management) market is addicted to data. Every vendor is in a race to pull the most data and slice it up in more ways. If you don’t have the buzzwords “analytics” or “big data” in your pitch you don’t have a chance. If the end goal
Does everyone on your team know that your site is unbearably slow, but you’re having trouble getting the resources you need to solve the problem? Did your epic site redesign that shaved off 4 seconds of load time on mobile devices go uncelebrated? If you know that your company needs