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    Post Website loading time issue

    Hi,

    the website is : online-reminder.net

    does anyone have any suggestions as to why some of the images are loading slowly (they are loading about a second after the other content, i would like everything to load together - i am not talking about the google ads) ? None of them are large image files so that's not the problem. This problem is evident on all the pages on the website.
    Also, any general suggestions as to how i can increase general load speed on the website or any general thoughts for improvement.

    Many thanks for your help

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    Thumbs up

    I am not having any kind of images issue while openeing above mantion website.
    but knowledge I would like to refer few things such as...

    This might be useful to you!
    This is google official video might be useful: http://tinyurl.com/speed-performance-google-video
    • Avoid gradients for background:
    • Use 8 pixel image grid:
    • Beneficial for putting Stylesheets at the top:
    • Use <link> over @import:
    • Parent->Child - CSS structure:
    • Image in HTML: {<img width="100" height="100" src="vibethemes.jpg" />}
    • Avoid Empty Image src or Anchor tag <a hr : Don't give permission to the browser to create empty img src or a href. For more GTMetrix.
    • If possible, do defer loading content.
    • External use of JS & CSS files as well caching system:
    • Avoid Resilzing Images in HTML:
    • Stop Using Images to display Text:
    • Image sizes should be optimize by using correct file format
    • Optimize the way you write code:
    • Try to use JavaScript at the End of your Document:
    • Optimizing Web Caching:


    Thanks a lot

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    The code seems grossly over-complicated for such a simple site. Are you SURE you need all those scripts???

    Also using select/option drop downs for input of hh:mm:ss is very code heavy. Text input fields would be far simpler.

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    esparkinfo,
    thanks for your suggestions, will try and implement those which are appropiate. thanks
    Last edited by Laurence485; 12-24-2012 at 04:04 PM.

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    Jedaisoul,
    hello, yes i am sure i need all of those scripts, I could condense it all into one script I know that would be more efficient, however it should not cause much of a problem for a small site. Yes i did previously use text input fields; i changed it.
    Last edited by Laurence485; 12-24-2012 at 04:04 PM.

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    Thanks for this information

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    sorry. what?

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    I had this problem when i used .png backgrounds in my website. Maybe you need to optimize just images?

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