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How to Make Web Pages Load Faster


Best Practice That Makes Your Websites Run Faster

With respect to the following listed areas, attention should be paid to the itemized items under them.


• HTTP requests should be made as few as possible.
• DNS lookups should be reduced.
• Redirects should be avoided.
• Ajax should be made catchable.
• Post load components.
• Preload components.
• Number of DOM elements should be reduced.
• Components should be split across domains.
• Number of iframes should be minimized.
• 404s should be avoided.


• Make use of a content delivery network.
• Express or cache – control header should be added.
• Gzip components.
• Etags should be configured.
• Buffer should be flushed early.
• For Ajax request, make use of GET.
• Empty image src should be avoided.


• Cookie size should be reduced.
• Cookie free domains for components should be used.


• Style sheets should be placed at the top.
• CSS expressions should be avoided.
• Chose over export.
• Filters should be avoided.

Java Script

• Scripts should be placed at the bottom.
• CSS and Java scripts should be made external.
• CSS and Java script should be minified.
• Duplicate scripts should be removed.
• DOM access should be minimized.
• Smart Event handlers should be developed.


• Images should be optimized.
• CSS sprites should also be optimized.
• Images should not be scaled in HTML.
• Favicom.ico should be made small and catchable.


• Components should be kept under 25 KB.
• They should be packed into a multipart document.

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