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SimpleDevTools Page Speed Checker analyzes how much time it takes to load a webpage to the visitor. We calculate and provide you the total load time to load the complete webpage and also time taken to load each individual resource required for the webpage like CSS, images, JavaScript etc.

Page load time is very important mainly because visitors to your will have a bad user experience if website pages are loading very slow which decreases user engagement and increases Bounce Rate. This in turn will also impact the SEO.

Simply enter the webpage URL you want to test page speed for and we will calculate time take to load the html document and all other resources required to render the webpage like css, js, images etc. 
SimpleDevTools Page Speed Checker is the best Free Online Page Load Test tool as its completely free and we provide time taken to load each resource using which you can easily identify which resource is slowing the page loading and optimize the resource.

There will be several factors impacting the page load time of a website. Below are some of the most common factors which impact page speed and these can be easily improved.

  • Optimize Image - Don't use large sized images as they increase page size and load time. Use the smallest image you can based on the image dimensions/resolution you need to display
  • Gzip Compression - Use gzip compression to reduce files of css, js and html files
  • Minify - css, js and html files
  • Optimize Database query times and Server Response times.
  • Reduce number of HTTP calls - A separate HTTP request is made to load each of the resources required for the webpage. Reduce the number of resources required by removing unnecessary css, js, image files and also try to reduce the number of files by Unifying the files
  • Enable Browser caching for resources which can be cached at browser - like css, js files
  • Use Content Delivery Network (CDN) - If your website is global , use CDN to cache webpage/resources at different locations for faster delivery of content to user
  • Avoid Inline JS and CSS files - as these cannot be cached at browser
  • Avoid Redirects  - Avoid any unnecessary redirects as that will slow down thepage load because of additional dns lookup and http calls