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Web Page Analyzer - free website optimization tool website speed

Web Page Analyzer - free website optimization tool website speed
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Optimizing Page Load Time However, for many sites that reference dozens of external objects, the majority of the page load time is spent in separate HTTP requests for images, javascript, and stylesheets. AJAX probably could help, but speeding up or eliminating these separate HTTP requests might help more, yet there isn't a common body of knowledge about how to do so. While working on optimizing page load times for a high-profile AJAX application, I had a chance to investigate how much I could reduce latency due to external objects. Specifically, I looked into how the HTTP client implementation in common browsers and characteristics of common Internet connections affect page load time for pages with many small objects. I found a few things to be interesting: Web Browser Market Share This report displays information on web browser market share and usage. Also known as "browser wars", the statistics below analyze the amount of market penetration attained by browsers such as Internet Explorer, FireFox, Safari and Google Chrome. We only list browsers that have amassed at least 0.1% of the market share during the selected time period. You can view this report utilizing trend charting by visiting the Web Browser Market Share Trend page. Sorry, no results were found for the report you are attempting to run. Try removing any applied filters above.

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