Are you tired of dealing with sluggish website performance and wondering how to measure and improve it?
To measure a webpage’s performance, there is a standardly called core web vitals.
You might know the advantages of a page-speed score for a website. However, I would like to mention a few.
- Better search engine rankings: A website with a high page speed score may be more likely to appear at the top of search engine results.
- Improved user experience: A fast-loading website can improve the overall experience for users, as they are less likely to become frustrated and abandon the site.
- Increased conversions: A faster website can lead to higher conversion rates, as users are more likely to complete a desired action, such as making a purchase or filling out a form, if the site loads quickly.
- Improve Accessibility: A higher speed score means that the site is easily accessible to a wider range of users.
Here’s an outline of the blog.
- How to optimize images
- Images with height and width property
- Avoid lazy loading for above-the-fold content(first visible content)
- Preload images
- Use a CDN (Content Delivery Network) links
- Use async/defer
- Minify files
For a detailed article, check out canopas blog.