Google Page Speed Online, analyze your webpage performance speed

What is Page Speed Online?
Page Speed Online analyzes the content of a web page, then generates suggestions to make that page faster. Reducing page load times can reduce bounce rates and increase conversion rates.

Google Page Speed Online

What’s new in Page Speed?

Page Speed Online provides a simple but a powerful online tool which performs Page Speed performance analysis without any installation. It is meant for webmasters and developers so that they can easily analyse performance of their website and make their website faster using the suggestions so provided by the tool. There are no browser and extension dependencies to install and you don’t have to worry about keeping up-to-date with new versions of Page Speed.

Now analysis of webpages performance is very easy, how they are displayed on desktop or on smartphones. All webmasters make mobile version availability for their websites and with Page Speed Online its a minute task to have desktop suggestions and mobile suggestions for your website.

To check out performance of your webpages for smartphones simply select “Get mobile suggestions” from the drop-down menu to the right of the “Analyze Performance” button) and run the analysis for the mobile page.

Suggestion Summary of Page Speed Online.

  • High priority. These suggestions represent the largest potential performance wins for the least development effort. You should address these items first: Serve resources from a consistent URL, Enable compression
  • Medium priority. These suggestions may represent smaller wins or much more work to implement. You should address these items next: Leverage browser caching, Defer parsing of JavaScript
  • Low priority. These suggestions represent the smallest wins. You should only be concerned with these items after you’ve handled the higher-priority ones: Optimize images, Avoid bad requests, Specify a cache validator, Minify JavaScript, Minify HTML, Minify CSS, Serve scaled images, Specify a character set, Remove query strings from static resources, Specify a Vary: Accept-Encoding header
  • Experimental rules. These suggestions are experimental, but do not affect the overall Page Speed score. Consider these items as points to an area to explore, but your mileage might vary: Reduce request serialization, Eliminate unnecessary reflows
  • Already done!. There are no suggestions for these rules, since this page already follows these best practices. Good job!

Check your own webpages performance with Google Page Speed Online.