Website Speed Testing | Your eyes can deceive you! Because it is hard to replicate the loading speed of your website on desktop and especially hand-held devices. You must take into account the following considerations;
Your machine speed (your computer or device)
ISP speed (your connection to the Internet through COX, Verizon, Comcast and others) See: The 7 Best Internet Speed Test Sites
Browser type (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari)
Browser cache (how many times you have visited a website using the same browser)
Router cache (how many times you have visited a website over the same connection)
From your stand point, your website is loading just fine; though 90% of the time it is not, therefore as a result it only appears to ‘YOU’ that your website it is loading fast.
Fixing a website that is loading slow takes the following factors into consideration:
Avoid landing page redirects
Improve server response time
Leverage browser caching
Optimize images and CSS Delivery
Prioritize visible content
Use asynchronous scripts
Avoid plugins < this is for all you Word Press users out there!
Configure the viewport
Size content to viewport
Size tap targets appropriately
Use legible font sizes
Below is the link to the Google PageSpeed Insights tool!
Don’t be discouraged if you have a low score. Take a deep breath, read the analysis and do the research. If you rather not tackle this yourself, consult your webmaster or contact website professionals at VISIONEFX.
Full list of speed tools
Google Mobile Friendly Test
Google PageSpeed Insights
KeyCDN Speed Test
Varvy Pagespeed Optimization
Yellow Lab Tools
Google Chrome DevTools
Sucuri Load Time Tester