Peter Wilson: Seven Times Faster – A Study in Frontend Optimization

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July 1, 2016

The average web page takes fifteen seconds to load, this can lower the PageSpeed score to the low 30s. Working together web designers and devs can make sites readable in two seconds, working towards a web seven times faster.

Find out how to get a PageSpeed score in the 90s. What are the rules you have to follow, what are those you have to break?

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