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Problems detection of webpage tests, any suggestions? Newbie
12-29-2011, 12:19 PM
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RE: Problems detection of webpage tests, any suggestions? Newbie
Posting a link to your test result so we can all work off the same waterfall/result: http://www.webpagetest.org/result/111228_54_2NW2V/

Your first step would be to get gzip compression working for your test resources - that will have the biggest impact for first time visitors: http://www.webpagetest.org/result/111228...press_text

(btw, looks like you are loading jquery twice from different locations)

Since you're wordpress-based I'd strongly recommend trying out W3 Total Cache. It will help you with enabling compression, browser caching, moving the javascript around (and combining it) and the first byte performance. It takes a while to get used to working with it and some of the more advanced options so don't worry if you don't see big gains right away.

You should also figure out why you have a few broken images (the red lines in the waterfall). If they aren't needed then they should be removed from the page but if they are then they need to get loaded onto the server in the right place.
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RE: Problems detection of webpage tests, any suggestions? Newbie - pmeenan - 12-29-2011 12:19 PM

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