Hi, I again hope this is in the right section to ask this . . .
On my website, the average page size is perhaps around 20KB or so. I've made sure to have my website very simple in coding and nearly everything . . .
The pages load nearly instantly, which is what I've always aimed for.
Now for the question, I've had to put some pages (and more coming up) that are actually over 100KB and of course the pages don't load as fast as the others.
The pages are . . . nearly all text, with of course the exception of the background, logo, and one other image.
I was wondering . . .
Is there a way to speed up the loading of those pages? My computer and connection is fairly fast (and the pages load at most, about 2 seconds), but I like to take into consideration older computers, and really slow connection speeds (as well as older browsers).
I thought I might've seen a few pages that loaded and one could start reading, while it was still loading . . . Does that make sense? Right now my pages' text, loads all at once, but I thought I might've seen a few pages that might've had the page loading in parts. To where you see the page, but you can tell it is still loading because the sidebar gets smaller . . . yet you are still able to view and start using and reading the page.
Is any of this understandable? Lol, If so, would anyone be able to supply me with the way it is done? If it's not, then let me know and I'll try to explain it better . . .
Thanks much for your help!