This check visually demonstrates how your page renders on different devices. It is important that your page is optimized for mobile and tablet experiences as today the majority of web traffic comes from these sources.
Page speed is crucial to a smooth user experience.
The server response time metric measures the time it takes for your web server to respond to the main document request.
First Contentful Paint measures how long it takes the browser to render the first piece of DOM content after a user navigates to your page.
Time to interactive measures how long it takes a page to become fully interactive. A page is considered fully interactive when:
1.The page displays useful content, which is measured by the First Contentful Paint.
2. Event handlers are registered for most visible page elements.
3. The page responds to user interactions within 50 milliseconds.
The size of your page can affect load speed and impact user experience. A general rule is to keep your page under 5MB in total file size.
This check displays the total number of files that need to be retrieved from web servers to load your page. As a general rule, having more files to retrieve increases the number of server requests and can subsequently increase page load time. It is a good idea to removing unnecessary files or consolidate files like styles and scripts where possible.