Page Speed, need help

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  1. roki4ka

    roki4ka Senior Member

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    I am currently 9k/17k bulk smush for my images, will this fix the speed?

    What else can I do?

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  2. gsy159

    gsy159 Power Member

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    compress your images, then post the result. after that we can check if there anything more to do
     
  3. Jurr29

    Jurr29 Registered Member

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    If you don't have that many images on your site, you can use http://optimizilla.com/ and reduce the size of the images manually, this has helped to speed up my site immensely.
     
  4. roki4ka

    roki4ka Senior Member

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    I have ~6000
     
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    Jurr29 Registered Member

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    In that case, use a tool.
     
  6. validseo

    validseo Senior Member

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    Have your system admin switch your HTTP protocol on the server from http/1.1 to h2... I just did this 2 days ago and it was a 50% reduction in full page render times. I had similar benchmarks to yours so I'd imagine you would see comparable results.
     
  7. roki4ka

    roki4ka Senior Member

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    I am using the free cloudflare https on all my sites, will this work?
     
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    validseo Senior Member

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    First use chrome to see if your page is using h2 or http/1.1 ... if it says h2 you are golden.

    upload_2016-12-2_9-19-33.png

    If not you need your system administrator or your ISP to configure mod_http2 (or similar plugin) for your web server. Then you can verify it is working with web page speed tests:

    https://www.webpagetest.org/

    (these are from my site making this exact change)
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    I seen the screenshot which you shared, I'm also using the same tool to find the page speed.

    #1 Better you open the "Optimize images" (Expand)
    #2 They will recommend the size of the images (Which you want to reduce), you can download the image.
    #3 And then you upload it in the server, surely the "Page Speed Score" Will improve


     
  10. We Bring Rank

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    Optimize your existing images and add again .. Please add me on skype : werank1 , let us discuss more
     
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    How many images are you loading before document complete?
     
  12. roki4ka

    roki4ka Senior Member

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    ~25
     
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    I don't know what platform you're using but can you

    a) lazy load them, or
    b) spread them over a few subdomains to take advantage of parallel downloading?

    This is an old page but some of it is still relevant. https://developer.yahoo.com/performance/rules.html
    It explains the advantage of doing that. It's only useful if you have a lot of large images, otherwise the DNS overhead makes it not worth doing. But lazy loading is far more preferable.
     
  14. roki4ka

    roki4ka Senior Member

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    The problem that my images have is this

    The following images are resized in HTML or CSS. Serving scaled images could save 2.4MiB (97% reduction).

    This is only for the home page. How to fix this for all images?
     
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    Compress all the images bulk in compressjpeg site and many more sites available to compress mate. It will increase your page speed.
     
  16. fastlinks

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    1. you need lazy load if the page is long and have a lot of images.

    2. if it is wordpress site, there are many image optimizer plugin available.

    3. you need a host with SSD+RAM and located in the region you target. (if your target german, get a german host... etc)