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Looking for even more performance; realistic?
04-24-2017, 12:02 PM
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RE: Looking for even more performance; realistic?
I didn't even know about that graph. Thanks for sharing that. There's still something blocking the rendering can you:

1. Move the async js to the footer before the closing html tag (there's so little of this you could actually inline this and the css file)
2. Remove the data-uris for images and set the data-src to src for the images. Chrome will download the elements it think it needs when it first receives the html file. In this case the image src links are being added via js so are being downloaded later in the waterfall. Hence why the images load after the js file and not in parallel.
3. Change the connection speed to FIOS to see what the time would be like on a fast connection.

I wouldn't worry about the PageSpeed Insights score, it's not directly related to the load time eg a higher score doesn't mean it's faster nor does it relate to SEO. It doesn't take into account the performance benefits of http/2 either at the moment. It's just suggestions on what could be slowing down your site, better to analyse the waterfall instead to see the load impact of each resource.
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RE: Looking for even more performance; realistic? - clubberz - 04-24-2017 12:02 PM

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