Speeding Up Your Web Site

Site speed is one of the most important things about creating web content, and web applications. Search engines like Google and Bing know that if a visitor arrives at your website and the page takes a long time to load, they’re not likely to stick around.

It’s bad for the user experience and if it’s a consistent problem, it will also be bad for your rankings.

Speeding Up Your Web Site

  • Serve Images as CSS Sprites
  • Using content delivery networks
  • Update Software & Plugins
  • Caching
  • Private IP/Server
  • Minimising HTTP requests
  • HTTP compression
  • Enabling Gzip compression
  • Combining CSS and JavaScript Files
  • Use CSS3 instead of images
  • CSS3 image sprites
  • Media queries
  • Cache control
  • Images, images, images
  • Stylesheets in the head, scripts at the bottom
  • Minification
  • Lean content

Speed Testing Resources

Guh! If you Don’t Care if your Webpage is Fast! Then you are not on the right track?

Here is a Video about the Tips for Speeding Up Your Web Site by CSS Sprites


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