Page Speed Tool

Check the Speed of your site and your Competitors

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Using the IMN Page Speed Tool

The Load Time Speed Test Tool helps website owners and webmasters get a complete analysis of their page load time when they test website speed. Our website speed test will first allow you to find out how long a page takes to load at various connection speeds. The webpage speed test is also incredibly useful if you need to see what components of your page take the shortest and longest amounts of time to load. Finally, you can also see a full breakdown of every component of your page by using the web site speed test. To run a page speed test, simply enter the URL you wish to test in the "Input URL" box above.

Press the "Start Test" button to initiate the page load speed test. Once the website speed test tool analyzes the page, it will generate the page load time results and other statistics from the page speed test right here.

Instead of only using the website speed test for a single page, users can also run a page load speed test of two pages. To test the page load time of two pages side by side, press the "Compare Two Pages" tab above. Next, enter the web pages that you wish to compare in the page load speed test in the URL #1 and URL #2 boxes above. Press the "Start Test" button to initiate the comparison page speed test. As with the single webpage speed test, the results of the multiple web page speed test will appear below.

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On April 9, 2010, Google announced that it was incorporating page load speed as a ranking factor, making it even more important for site creators to test website speed. As a result, all other things being equal, the site optimized for speed will outrank a competing site which has similar content and other optimizations. As a result, scanning your webpages with a page speed test tool is a smart way to identify problems that might be holding back your site from optimal page rank performance. After pinpointing problem areas with a webpage speed test, there are several things that can be done to speed up the site. Whenever new pages are added to a site, make it a point to test website speed and ensure that your new page doesn’t include anything that could be slowing down your site.

Methods for optimizing for page load time speed

After running a web site speed test, there are many ways for a website owner to optimize the issues uncovered in their site’s page load time speed test results. When you run a website speed test, look for opportunities to reduce the number of HTTP requests, reduce the size of downloaded objects in your pages (especially images, JavaScripts and Cascading Style Sheets [CSS] files), enable HTTP compression, avoid hitting redirects with internal links, and much more. Without a web page speed test, it would be much harder to accurately identify which components cause pages to slow down.

Minify JavaScript and CSS files, dump content into separate, external files

Most websites today use JavaScript and CSS, but not all of them implement these technologies in ways optimal for search engine optimization (SEO). After reviewing the results of your web site speed test, optimize the use of JavaScript and CSS for page download speed, remove as much of that code content out of your individual HTML pages and instead build external JavaScript and CSS files for that code, which can be cached by the browser after downloading once. Before deploying those aggregated files, however, be sure to minify them to remove all extraneous white space characters and other visual formatting content that does not affect the function of the code. For more information on optimizing JavaScript and CSS files, along with other page load time speed test optimization tips, see Best Practices for Speeding Up Your Web Site.

Alternatively, if you run a PHP-based site, you can add script code to your pages that combines all of the JavaScript and CSS files into one HTTP request for each, which will contribute to your page load speed optimization efforts.

Avoid redirects with internal links

There are times when page redirects can’t be avoided, such as when an external site links to a non-canonical URL for your home page. However, there is no excuse for allowing internal site links hit redirects. After identifying these with a web page speed test, you control the URLs in those links, so every one of them should be clean and direct to the targeted page. If you have to set up a 301 redirect on your site to capture external links, ensure that all of your internal site links use the new URL to improve page load time. Also be sure that all internal links to the home page consistently use the canonical URL.

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