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Page Speed


Your page speed is 86. There are many things you need to do to improve your page speed. Google page speed gives more points to more than sites.

Shining star in the search engine optimization , I think 2018 will be the site of the opening speed .

Avoid Landing Page Redirects

Your page has no redirects.

Enable Gzip Compression

Gzip Compression is enabled.

Leverage Browser Caching

Your page have 2 cacheable resources. in the HTTP headers for static resources to set an expiration date or a maximum , the browser tells the load previously downloaded resources from local disk rather on the network.

The following cacheable resources are as follows


Minify Css

Your CSS are minimized.

Minify Html

Html files are minimized.

Minify Javascript

Javascript files are minimized.

Minimize Render Blocking Resources

Your page has 1 render-blocking JavaScript and CSS resources. This causes a delay in rendering your page. Eliminate these resources in above-the-fold content.

None of the above-the-fold content on your page could be rendered without waiting for the following resources to load. Try to defer or asynchronously load blocking resources, or inline the critical portions of those resources directly in the HTML.

Your page has 1 blocking resources. Optimize CSS Delivery of the following: :

Optimize Images

There is/are 1 image(s) in your page to compress. Files that not compressed, delay page rendering.

Optimize images for the following resources to reduce their size by 53.4KiB (92% reduction).

Image Compressing Preview of

53.4KiB total size reduction

Prioritize Visible Content

You have the above-the-fold content properly prioritized.

Use Legible Font Sizes

A small font size is used in the following text fragments . Enlarge the font size to make them more legible .

Tel Support on…4 203 411 0799 renders only 6 pixels tall (16 CSS pixels) final.

Size Tap Targets Appropriately

Tap targets in your page are seems far enough.

Size Content To Viewport

The page content is too wide for the viewport, forcing the user scroll horizontally.

The page content is 1,008 CSS pixels wide, but the viewport is only 980 CSS pixels wide. The following elements fall outside the viewport:

The element <div>Tel Support on…4 203 411 0799</div> falls outside the viewport.
The element <form></form> falls outside the viewport.
The element <iframe id="SearchFormIframe" src="http://qh.qhot…"> falls outside the viewport.

Configure Viewport

Your page does not have a viewport specified. This causes mobile devices to render your page as it would appear on a desktop browser, scaling it down to fit on a mobile screen. Configure a viewport to allow your page to render properly on all devices.

Avoid Plugins

Your page does not appear to use plugins, which would prevent content from being usable on many platforms.

Mistaken Typos