Your page has a total weight (HTML and resources) of kb.
Number of requests
requests need to be download to display the page.
The number of requests corresponds to the number of elements that need to be downloaded to display the page. It’s recommended to reduce the number of requests as much as possible. We recommend you don’t exceed more than 100 requests per page if possible.
out of images on your page are very heavy. (Total weight of images is kb).
If images aren’t optimized this can quickly explain why your page loading time is slowing-down.
Optimizing an image corresponds with its online format:
- Make sure they aren’t bigger than their format displayed on a screen
- Make sure their quality is adapted to the web
- Avoid PNG formats if possible when the images don’t contain any transparency as these formats are a lot heavier than JPG
/ textual resources are compressed.
Compressing resources reduce the weight to be downloaded without changing the file weight: the server compresses the file before sending it (as a .zip file), sends it to the client’s browser which decompresses it. It’s therefore possible to reduce the volume of data to be downloaded by up to 90%.
You can find a complete guide of resource compression
in this Google article.
This page uses the protocol:
HTTP2 is a protocol created in 2015 which considerably accelerates the page and resources’ loading time. It allows among other things to compress the headers, to load useful resources quicker and even multiplex the connection to be able to download several resources at once.
We recommend you to activate the HTTP2 protocol.