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Optimizing for first paint
04-20-2014, 03:20 AM
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RE: Optimizing for first paint
Thanks for tipsSmile However I really just wanted to discuss why browser is waiting so long to do first paint and how it can be optimized. I have a feeling that there is still room for an improvement, even without 'over optimizing' things and making them overly complicated. I would like to cut another 300-400 ms from first paint event.

Fonts - they are loaded dynamically so that's not that big of an issue, but yes, I would like to get rid of them too.
CSS sprites - I leave them for the end of optimization process. They are maintenance hell in my opinion, especially on e-commerce site where sprites may include images from several third party modules.
Images - true, some images could be better optimized. For now however I rely on lossless compression . The heaviest image is noticeably different at 85% quality setting.
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Optimizing for first paint - datadiggers - 04-19-2014, 09:35 AM
RE: Optimizing for first paint - datadiggers - 04-20-2014 03:20 AM

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