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  • Web Performance,

How Can Third-Party Tags Impact Performance?

Third-party tags are small code pieces placed on a website to collect data. The third party then uses this data to compile reports or provide services to the website owner. Common examples of services that use third-party tags include website analytics, advertising, and social media sharing buttons. How can third-party tags affect your site performance? […]

  • Web Performance,

How To Benchmark Your Website Performance?

Benchmarking is comparing your company’s web performance to that of competitors and similar companies to establish goals for a web performance optimization (WPO) initiative. This can be done using various tools, including website speed test tools, web page performance test tools, and web server performance test tools. Benchmarking your website’s performance is essential for many […]

  • Web Performance,

What Is A Waterfall Chart?

This article will briefly explain the waterfall chart and how to use it to improve your website loading time. A waterfall chart is a graphical representation of how a website loads, depicting the sequential order of page elements loading from top to bottom. The chart can be used to identify problems in the loading process […]

  • Web Performance,

What Is A Render Tree?

A render tree is a data structure that contains information about how to render a web page. It includes the HTML elements, their relations, and the position of each element on the screen. Browsers use the render tree to determine what elements need to be displayed and how they should be displayed. When a browser […]

  • Web Performance,

What Is JavaScript Blocking?

JavaScript can be used to block or delay the loading of other resources on a page, such as images or stylesheets. This can happen if the JavaScript is placed in the <head> of the HTML document or if it is placed inline within the HTML code. When JavaScript is used to block or delay the […]

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How To Improve Time To Interactive (TTI)

Time to Interactive (TTI) is the amount of time it takes for a web page to become fully interactive. This includes the time it takes for the page to load, any event handlers to be registered, and any other processes that need to happen before the page is considered fully interactive. This blog post will […]

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What Are Render-Blocking Resources?

A render-blocking resource is a web page element that prevents the browser from rendering the rest of the page until it has finished loading. This can be anything from an external JavaScript file to an image or even a piece of inline CSS. How to minimize the impact of render-blocking resources? Render-blocking resources can make […]

  • Web Performance,

How HTTP Caching Works And How To Use It?

HTTP caching is a performance optimization technique that allows web browsers and other clients to cache resources from a web server. When a client requests a resource, the server first checks if the resource is already cached. If it is, the server returns the cached version to the client. If the resource is not cached, the server […]

  • Web Performance,

How To Optimize Images And Improve Website Speed?

Image optimization is the process of reducing the file size of a digital image without compromising its quality. This can be done using various methods, such as compressing the image or using a lower-quality setting. The smaller the file size, the faster the image will load on a web page. Let’s talk about it! How […]

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