With pagespeed tool, you can get an insight on how quick your web page loads using the real user data.
All pages may be classified into one of these three:
- Fast: The median value of the metric is in the fastest third of all page loads.
- Slow: The median value of the metric is in the slowest third of all page loads.
- Average: The median value of the metric is in the middle third of all page loads.
The new features can be summarized as follows:
- The Speed score categorizes a page as being Fast, Average, or Slow.
- The Optimization score categorizes a page as being Good, Medium, or Low by estimating its performance headroom.
- The Page Load Distributions section presents how this page’s FCP and DCL events are distributed in the data set.
- The Page Stats section describes the round trips required to load the page’s render-blocking resources, the total bytes used by the page, and how it compares to the median number of round trips and bytes used in the dataset.
- Optimization Suggestions is a list of best practices that could be applied to this page.
Here is the pagespeed report screenshot for this site:
Here is the pagespeed insight screenshot: