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From what I am reading, and the way you are describing it... you are already doing everything you can to improve performance. I see no issues at all loading your website. Yes, Google is going to complain about some issues, and the bloat of WordPress also. Does it actually really matte that Google is complaining a little regarding your site? As long as the ...


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The Wordpress plugin can't compress your javascript files as these aren't served by Wordpress, your Web server serves these files directly. I'd suggest trying to use mod_deflate for compression instead if your host has it installed. If so you can do this with a small change to your htaccess file (and you could then remove the WP plugin). The slow initial ...


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Actually, your site is not slow. The graph is in milliseconds. Your download speeds hover around 1 to 1.5 seconds. That is actually pretty good. Yes there are faster sites, but you would be surprised by what sites are slower. Keep in mind that Google is not kind when measuring these numbers. And your numbers are okay. Keep in mind, much of your download ...


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If what you want to know is response time of the site for a first request, or sever response for starting the handshake, ping is most than enough since that is independent from the content retrieved, the handshake or the headers. It only depends on ICMP requests being allowed. If you need to calculate loading time, that is different, the best way to do ...


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You can also install a browser extension such as Yslow or PageSpeed Insights and run the test directly from your browser.


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One possible approach is to create a backdoor that works only for whitelisted IP addresses. Pingdom's IP range, for example, is available on their site, so you could temporarily allow requests from that IP range through without authentication. It's possible to spoof the requesting IP address, but since the requester won't receive any data back from your ...



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