The website speed can be used to evaluate the performance of your website to see where improvements can be made. Testing allows the performance of any HTML page to be tested and measured.
The results returned will give a breakdown of the requests, content size, and loading time. In addition there is a complete waterfall that details the timings and HTTP headers of each asset that is included as part of the page. Speeding up Websites is essential.
If you don't speed up the loading time of your website, your site will drop in search engine results ranking and lose a lot of potential visitors.
A website redirect points your old URL to a new page. When anyone types in or clicks on that original URL they’ll be taken to the page you set the redirect up to instead.
Knowing how to set up a redirect is a valuable skill for anyone that runs a website. You can implement redirects on a page-by-page basis, or at the domain level. You use redirects when you’re moving content around and you want the content to retain its value.
In general, we divide redirects into two categories: