With the recent release of Google's Page Speed tester, some of our clients may have noticed that their buuteeq website produces some interesting results after being analyzed by this tool. To assure you that your buuteeq website always remains consistent with industry standards, in this article we will attempt to expand upon the nature of the most common results you may come across when utilizing this tool, and what it means in relation to your business' website.
2. Optimize Images
This is currently a global issue for all responsive websites, and not just buuteeq websites. The technology world is still attempting to figure out the best methods to follow when optimizing images for different devices with one responsive design. This is an ongoing conversation that buuteeq is intimately involved in, and as soon as a prevailing best practice is discovered, buuteeq will be quick to implement any changes that are necessary. In the meantime, the best alternative to this issue is to use .jpegs images instead of .pngs
*Note: While image loading is an important variable to consider, it is our belief that responsive design is still the best way to reach your customers across all platforms while simultaneously providing a positive browsing experience.
3. Leverage Browser Caching
Currently buuteeq already adheres to this standard, however you may see this error in response to any customized code inserted into your site from a personal request or for design purposes.
4. Minify HTML
While we regularly compress our HTML code to promote faster rendering speeds, we are investigating any methods available to us to to further enhance its compression.
As always, we here at buuteeq strive to provide the very best performance level for your site and your business, and as such take insights such as those listed above very seriously. That being the case, you can feel comfortable knowing that your website will constantly remain on the front lines of industry best practices, regardless of what changes may come.