Before the visitor sees anything in-browser, all of the section's contents should be pre-loaded. Subsequent elements should then be loaded logically in order.
One article from the web.dev showed that load order impacts user focus, and Google's RAIL model breaks down the user's experience into key actions like tap, scroll, and load.
By understanding how users perceive your site and setting performance goals for each interaction, you can optimise your page load and improve the user experience.
Reducing the number of HTTP requests can help websites perform better because HTTP requests account for a significant portion of website load times.
By displaying material as rapidly as possible, web developers can improve user experience by utilising AJAX requests to lower the amount of HTTP requests made during page load.
Excessive DNS lookups can negatively impact website performance and affect the user experience.
Additionally, developers can view all the domain names referred to on a website using the organisation tab in Chrome Developer Tools.
PageSpeed Insights also provides an opportunity titled "Serve static assets with an efficient cache policy," which shows a list of resources that may benefit from a more efficient cache policy.
Web developers can click on this opportunity to identify which resources may require cache optimization.
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