As a web developer your first priority is to optimize website contents, so that our website load more fastest way. To check our site performance we need to use some tools. Website speed should not be taken so lightly, especially since it has such a big impact on SEO.
To help you out, today we gathered some free tools for testing your website speed. Some of the tools will generate suggestions to make things faster on your site, while others will give you detailed info about load speed and other things. So make sure to check out each of them.
GTmetrix was developed by GT.net as a tool for our managed hosting customers to easily determine the performance of their sites.
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Run a free website speed test from multiple locations around the globe using real browsers (IE and Chrome) and at real consumer connection speeds. You can run simple tests or perform advanced testing including multi-step transactions, video capture, content blocking and much more.
– Show Slow:
Show Slow is an open source tool that helps monitor various website performance metrics over time. It captures the results of YSlow, Page Speed, WebPageTest and dynaTrace AJAX Edition rankings and graphs them, to help you understand how various changes to your site affect its performance.
– Load Impact:
Load test your website online, we offer load testing and reporting as an online service to e-commerce & B2B sites all over the world.
– PageSpeed Insights:
PageSpeed Online analyzes the content of a web page, then generates suggestions to make that page faster.
– Neustar Web Performance:
A quick and easy way to get performance data on any website without having to create a test script.
– Which Loads Faster:
whichloadsfaster is a fun way to spread the word that web performance matters. It’s about friendly competition and about testing in everybody’s browser, not just ones that have nice performance tools already.
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