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Site with "minify HTML" is slower as without
04-21-2010, 06:02 PM
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RE: Site with "minify HTML" is slower as without
(04-21-2010 01:17 AM)j_____ Wrote:  I did a lot of measurements, and it's still the same. Strange. Html minify may not always be the best choice.
And strange is a division loading JS in minify html.

Thank's for reply and the best tool for site optimizing!
I have 1 idea. if possible, it would be a good to add a LOAD TIME to TEST HISTORY, because of faster search of good and bad results.

Your minified Version loads the Basepage, JS and CSS first, thus its Time to Start Render is earlier, than the non-minified Version.

Your non-minified Version loads the Basepage, CSS, , 2 PNG files, 1 JPG and JS, so Time to Start Render is later. However, as you start parallelizing earlier, the Time until Document Complete is lower.

From a Customer perception view I would choose the Minified Version, getting a 0.5 Seconds gain in Time to Start Render, which trades off against a 0.2 increase in Document Complete Time.

Though minifying itself doesn't seem to be the culprit, rather the different pattern in fetching the objects, as mentioned above. A difference in ~350 Bytes in the size of the Basepage shouldn't make much of a timing difference.

Just my 2 Cents,
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RE: Site with "minify HTML" is slower as without - LeptienM - 04-21-2010 06:02 PM

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