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Page Speed Score
03-15-2011, 01:51 AM
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Page Speed Score
Hi Guys,

I'd like to use the page speed score as displayed on the results page of WPT for some internal reporting. I have WPTMonitor setup which downloads the API response on a regular basis.

The API responses contain the following info which I assume is the Page Speed data:-
<score_cache>48</score_cache>
<score_cdn>96</score_cdn>
<score_gzip>100</score_gzip>
<score_cookies>87</score_cookies>
<score_keep-alive>94</score_keep-alive>
<score_minify>91</score_minify>
<score_combine>75</score_combine>
<score_compress>99</score_compress>
<score_etags>93</score_etags>

What I'd like to know is....

Are the Page Speed results displayed on the results page of WPT for first view, repeat view or some sort of average of both?

What percentage do the A,B,C,D,E,F scores represent? (i.e. is B 80-90 and C 70-80??)

How is the overall score calculated? It isn't included in the API so is the a formula I can use to produce it?

Great product btw Wink

Thanks,
Giles
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Page Speed Score - GilesBentley - 03-15-2011 01:51 AM
RE: Page Speed Score - pmeenan - 03-15-2011, 11:19 PM

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