Test and Improve Performance of your self hosted blog with Page Speed Online.

Google Labs has introduced the Page Speed Online – a Google experimental labs feature to analyze the performance of blog/websites.

This feature has capability to analyze the performance of your site/blog for your desktops & mobile devices. The best part is that this online web-based tool give you suggestions for improvements as well.

This tool gives the results on the basis of following rules:

Avoid bad requests
Avoid CSS @import
Avoid CSS expressions
Avoid document.write
Combine external CSS
Combine external JavaScript
Combine images using CSS sprites
Defer loading of JavaScript
Defer parsing of JavaScript
Enable compression
Leverage browser caching
Leverage proxy caching
Make landing page redirects cacheable
Minify CSS
Minify HTML
Minify JavaScript
Minimize request size
Minimize DNS lookups
Minimize redirects
Optimize images
Optimize the order of styles and scripts
Parallelize downloads across hostnames
Prefer asynchronous resources
Put CSS in the document head
Remove unused CSS
Serve resources from a consistent URL
Serve scaled images
Serve static content from a cookie-less domain
Specify a character set
Specify image dimensions
Use efficient CSS selectors

For More Details, Refer – http://goo.gl/FL9eW

Below are some of the screenshots of Page Speed online while analyzing a blog:

Test performance of your blog website - Page Speed online

 Test performance of your blog website - Page Speed online

Results of Performance analysis of a blog

Results of Performance analysis of a blog

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