A glimpse of some of the features of Google PageSpeed


Two important things about the Google PageSpeed ​​service. I will not go into the explanation of the subscription, because Mr. 3zo0oz, thankfully, explained the method of registration and setup, but he did not address the features in the service, which are also important, perhaps an oversight, and God knows best. The important thing is that I will only talk about two features. You should visit the following topic, explaining the Page Speed ​​Service tool if you want to subscribe. The idea of ​​the service is distinctive, but it has some restrictions that you will find on the next page.  Limitations of PageSpeed ​​Service The important thing is to get to the heart of the matter google page speed service advice will be useful to you in the event that the hosting does not experience Downtime every certain period of the day. Thank God I found Godaddy hosting and I really liked it I didn’t struggle with it as I suffered from the damned BluehostThis service has been discontinued by Google for a while

A picture of the settings used in the service

Google-PageSpeed-Service-MyConfig

The small red box means that updates from Google are activated. If you remove the checkmark, the features will not work. The important thing is that it is activated or deactivated so that you know what to doAs you can see in the picture above, I only use Serve Resources through Google and Optimize Images. These are only the settings I need. The rest is based on adding w3 total cache

Serve Resources through Google

One of the most important and best features that I liked about the Google page speed service is that it reduces half the burden on hosting and plays a major role in speeding up site browsing.

The burden I am talking about is the fixed files, which are as follows:

  1. Image files in all their formats: jpg, jpeg, png, gif ….
  2. Format files: css
  3. jQuery (jQuery) files: js

The role played by this feature is to display all these files directly from Google servers, which is characterized by speed and flexibility in performance. It is surprising that it also allows you to display images from 4 different domains, which means parallel downloading of files with a useful shortcut. You have a free CDN, and we talked in a previous post about the CDN role

Parallel downloading and response time Google servers to display files give faster speed to the site, not like shared hosting with the latter.

Without PageSpeed ​​Service

shared-hosting-response-time

Using PageSpeed

pagespeed-response-time

Optimize Images

I only use this feature because of the Lazyload technique, and Brother Abdul Rahman Al-Otaiba talked about it in an amazing and detailed article. This is a definition or introduction from the explanation of Brother Abdul Rahman Al-Otaiba for this method:

The expression lazy loading is usually used in programming languages, and is used when the loading of an object or element is delayed until it is needed. That is, it means that we do not load any objects or items even if the program uses them at a later time, until we need or summon them at that time, and then all the resources required for downloading and recalling are harnessed.

Lazy loading is used in several languages, but in this article, we will see how we can use it in JavaScript on a number of popular libraries YUI, jQuery, MooTools, and how it can benefit us.

Excerpted from: Project Blog

Post subject: Lazy loading in JavaScript

 The project’s blog no longer exists or they have transferred it, and God knows. It seems that no one has become interested in technical matters. It had useful technical articles. May God compensate for the Arabic content.

As you can see in the picture above, I have satisfied myself with the things that I need, and they are what I did

This is an introductory video for the service from the Google team

A glimpse of some of the features of Google PageSpeed

Peace, mercy, and blessings of God

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