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Find Images Loaded by CSS with Google Critial Path Explorer

By Sam Deering

Page Speed Insights by Google is a pretty nifty tool. You can use Highlight Critical Path which shows where your scripts are loaded – kind of like the Chrome Dev Tools Network Panel – but this tool has a nice UI where you can click to see the loading paths. And also heaps of page speed suggestions on the left.

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Try it!

Find Images Loaded by CSS with Google Critial Path Explorer.

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Also you can Find out which JS files are loading others with Google Critial Path Explorer.

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