How to measure my website page size, load time, speed etc.. is good or not?

I 'm checking all with use of Small seo tools and i get all information about website page performance. But result is good or bad for website that’s the question?

There are lots of website checkers. These two should give you a start:

I’ve never used Small SEO Tools, but if it’s giving you this information, does it not also give you some guidelines on how to interpret it? I would have expected it to give some indication at least of whether the results fall within an “acceptable” range.

As @Gandalf says, there are many sites which will check these things for you. Just look around until you find a more helpful one.

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What is “good” and what is “bad” is up to you.

For example, if I have a page that calls in 17 CSS files, 43 JavaScript files, 22 image files with total weight of 37MB and takes over a minute to load - but I have done all I could to optimize the page, then as bad as that might be, it would be “as good as it can be”. If, on the other hand, I have not done all I could do, then it would behoove me to combine files to reduce HTTP requests, compress files, cache what I could, reduce image weights, and possibly break the page into separate smaller pages.

AFAIK, getting any page to be 100% perfect is impossible, but whatever tool you use should be offering recommendations. IMHO very often the effort with the highest ROI is reducing image weights.


My new site comes out pretty close to 100% but with suggestions like minify HTML and save 48 bytes, and use cookie-free domains for static elements, I tend to give up.


You can use Gtmetrix to measure your website page size , load time , speed etc.Yes it is good. Because it will helps you to understand the performance of your website and can improve overall performance and ranking of your website.

Most of my experimental sites are now 100%.

The following .htaccess statements will save your 48 bytes of any files which are on your server. The reason is the server loads the files and crunches them before sending the minimised files to the browser. This works if and only if the stated modules are already loaded.


 # Compress all output labeled with one of the following MIME-types
	# (for Apache versions below 2.3.7, you don't need to enable `mod_filter`
	# and can remove the `<IfModule mod_filter.c>` and `</IfModule>` lines as
	# `AddOutputFilterByType` is still in the core directives)
	# MAYBE REQUIRES "sudo a2enmod mod_deflate.c"
	# MAYBE REQUIRES  "sudo a2enmod mod_zip.c"

	# REMOVE ONLY IF mod_filter.c is already loaded
        <IfModule mod_filter.c>
		AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE application/atom+xml \
		                              application/javascript \
		                              application/json \
		                              application/rss+xml \
		                              application/ \
		                              application/x-font-ttf \
		                              application/xhtml+xml \
		                              application/xml \
		                              font/opentype \
		                              image/svg+xml \
		                              image/x-ico \
		                              image/x-icon \
		                              text/css \
		                              text/html \
		                              text/plain \
		                              text/x-component \
# REMOVE ONLY IF mod_filter.c is already loaded

You can try this out to find all these queries…

Hi John. I’m trying to follow this. Does this not also require mod_deflate? G

It depends on the Apache version.

I would be tempted to include the script in a test sub-directory .htaccess file because it will only affect that directory.

Test thoroughly and If it works use the script in the public directory otherwise fix the errors.

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