No matter how interesting, beautiful, or cleverly interactive your web pages are, if they take more than two or three seconds to render, whether on a desktop or a mobile device, your visitors will become restless.
There are a number of best practices you can implement in order to improve both the real and perceived user experiences for your visitors. These best practices fall into six main camps:
1.Reduce the number of HTTP requests required to fetch the resources for each page.
2.Reduce the size of the payload needed to fulfill each request.
3.Optimize client-side processing priorities and script execution efficiency.
4.Manage third-party scripts.
5.Improve the users’s perception of page speed.
6.Continuously monitor, measure, and analyze performance.
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