M2 Page Speed

Version 1.3.4 Release notes

A website speed is a direct way to get a higher ranking. Customers prefer shopping in a store with fast loading speed. Thus, the reason for all-round use of Magento 2 speed optimization tool is common sense.

If you're not satisfied with the current performance of your website or want to speed it up, we offer to use our Magento 2 speed extension.

The less your visitors wait for the page loading, the faster they start shopping. The primary task of the Page Speed module is to help you to reduce server response time required to load images or HTML document. The extension provides your site with advanced approaches like:

  • JavaScript, CSS, HTML minification
  • Innovative Js bundling method
  • CSS delivery optimization
  • Prioritizing visible content
  • Catalog images compression
  • Lazy loading images technique
  • Adding expires headers
  • DNS-prefetch
  • WebP images support
  • Responsive images technique
  • HTTP/2 push server preload

You can start testing page speed issues in Magento 2 speed up developer mode.

Extension Demo

Extension approved on Magento Marketplace

Questions:

Posted by Karol, Tuesday, February 12, 2019 on product M2 Page Speed
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    A: Magento 2 already has js merge and our extension already support it. Please notice that it works only in production mode by default.
    Posted by Peter Damien on Tuesday, February 12, 2019
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    A: We are considering improving that feature in order to generate only required js files for each page.
    Posted by Peter Damien on Thursday, February 14, 2019
Posted by Artis Bono, Friday, August 9, 2019 on product M2 Page Speed
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    A: It just small AWS server with Nginx installed. You can get similiar results on Shared hosting that supports all Magento 2 requirements.
    Posted by Peter Damien on Friday, August 9, 2019
Posted by inder rajput, Tuesday, August 6, 2019 on product M2 Page Speed
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    A: Please open ticket. Our developers will check what is wrong. Most likely installation was not finished.
    Posted by Peter Damien on Tuesday, August 6, 2019

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