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Discussion in 'Blogs & CMS usage' started by JJC84, Feb 7, 2018.

  1. JJC84

    JJC84 New Member

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    Here are some metrics I ran with on GTMetrix for a website I just deployed. I'm still getting the kinks out, but I am off to a great start as far as load time and page speed scores are concerned. Before I configured and enabled PageSpeed module it was loading in about 2.1-2.3 second range. Now it's holding about 1.0-1.3 second load time. Please feel free to inquire about anything you may be thinking about as I know I'm not providing all the information but this is to quickly display the ease at which one can obtain fast websites with an almost minimal amount of effort. I basically ran the script did a quick config to the config files and fired up page speed module. I would ideally still tweak the configuration for optimal performance and enable CDN, but I am not quite there yet. 2018-02-06_21-50-40.png 2018-02-06_21-52-40.jpg 2018-02-06_21-46-16.jpg 2018-02-06_21-42-30.jpg
     

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    Thanks, I had not even heard of webpagetest.org before now actually.
     
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    This is actually a really nice site to use. I'm going to start enabling flags in pagespeed.config one at a time and start to try and dial the configuration in with this site.