You should care about web performance. Web performance is important for user experience and SEO. Improving web performance increases the conversion rate. And we all want more profit, right?
I share a lot of tips on how to improve web performance. This article will be some kind of archive for them.
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.webp image format to make images smaller and boost the performance of your website.
<picture> <!-- load .webp image if supported --> <source srcset="logo.webp" type="image/webp"> <!-- Fallback if `.webp` images or <picture> tag not supported by the browser. --> <img src="logo.png" alt="logo"> </picture>
Lazy loading of the images
You can use the
loading=lazy attribute to defer the loading of the image until the user scrolls to them.
<img src='image.jpg' loading='lazy' alt='Alternative Text'>
Fonts requests optimizing
You can specify a
text= value in your font request URL to reduce the size of the font file by up to 90%.
<!-- Instead of loading the whole font --> <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Comfortaa"> <!-- Load only what you will use. Super useful when you're using a web font in a logo or heading --> <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Comfortaa&text=Hello">
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Lazy Loading works in all browsers? I have used in our site,but it doesn't work in our site: bizappln.com