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Untraditional speed improvement achieved
06-03-2011, 09:55 AM
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RE: Untraditional speed improvement achieved
(06-03-2011 03:10 AM)pmeenan Wrote:  As far as the extra resources go, if the test was done with a site that emulates a browser instead of using a full browser then I wouldn't be surprised if it downloaded everything it saw in the CSS blindly

You are 100% correct about real-time full browser behavior.
I just ran http://www.mod-page-speed.com at websiteoptimization.com (WSO) and got:

Total HTTP Requests: 16
Total Size: 184272 bytes

webpagetest.org correctly listed 9 HTTP requests

Further down the page, I see that WSO listed all CSS IMG objects from main stylesheet that are not in index page.
Does Google pagespeed & Yahoo's Yslow use this same type of browser emulation when calculating page speed? if so, they would be reading non-existent objects in a page which leads me back to original thought of doing on-page CSS inlining of background images.

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RE: Untraditional speed improvement achieved - joe524 - 06-03-2011 09:55 AM

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