Obviously, keeping your website pages small is a great way to ensure your site loads quickly. I’m also guessing many of you want to add a little flair to your site, so at some point you will have to say enough is enough. Hands down, you announce you have made your site load as fast as it can. Unfortunately, if you thought you were done speeding up your site by crunching file size, there is still more to do. Download time is one thing, rendering that download into a page the visitor sees is a whole new game.
Google’s advice to improve rendering speeds heavily relies on optimizing your CSS file. They also mention to make sure to specify image sizes as well. You know, with width=”this” and height=”that”.