Google's new tool to check page speed and mobile friendliness.

Google's small business blog said that nine out of ten people leave a mobile web site ... . I am one of the nine out of ten people who quickly exit a website if I am not able to view it properly in my mobile.

Google has just launched a tool to test how a website looks across various computing and mobile devices. We all know that more and more people are using mobile phones to go online for infotainment as well as taking care of their
e-business.

https://testmysite.thinkwithgoogle.com/

It tests a website's page speed and mobile friendliness at one stroke. I tested my blog and below is the highly encouraging result.


I have requested the detailed report and I may get it after 24 hrs.

Ah, here it is, the detailed report from the mighty google. I am very happy with the report.

Detailed report for http://respoviews.com/
MOBILE FRIENDLINESS
100/100
GOOD
MOBILE SPEED
100/100
GOOD
DESKTOP SPEED
100/100
GOOD

MOBILE FRIENDLINESS
100/100
GOOD

People are five times more likely to leave a site that isn't mobile-friendly.1

Your results
Should fix
Consider fixing
Passed

Avoid plugins
Looks good. You passed.

Configure the viewport
Looks good. You passed.

Size content to viewport
Looks good. You passed.

Size tap targets appropriately
Looks good. You passed.

Use legible font sizes
Looks good. You passed.

Avoid app install interstitials that hide content
Looks good. You passed.




MOBILE SPEED
100/100
GOOD

Nearly half of all visitors will leave a mobile site if the pages don't load within 3 seconds.2

Your results
Should fix
Consider fixing
Passed

Avoid landing page redirects
Looks good. You passed.

Enable compression
Looks good. You passed.

Leverage browser caching
Looks good. You passed.

Minify CSS
Looks good. You passed.

Minify JavaScript
Looks good. You passed.

Minify HTML
Looks good. You passed.

Optimize images
Looks good. You passed.

Prioritize visible content
Looks good. You passed.

Reduce server response time
Looks good. You passed.

Eliminate render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in above-the-fold content
Looks good. You passed.




DESKTOP SPEED
100/100
GOOD

9 out of 10 people say they use multiple screens for such tasks as booking a flight online or managing their personal finances.3

Your results
Should fix
Consider fixing
Passed

Avoid landing page redirects
Looks good. You passed.

Enable compression
Looks good. You passed.

Leverage browser caching
Looks good. You passed.

Minify CSS
Looks good. You passed.

Minify JavaScript
Looks good. You passed.

Minify HTML
Looks good. You passed.

Optimize images
Looks good. You passed.

Prioritize visible content
Looks good. You passed.

Reduce server response time
Looks good. You passed.

Eliminate render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in above-the-fold content
Looks good. You passed.





1 comments:

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wow great post and find new Tool i try it dear :)

Balas