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Note: Archived Content

This is the archived version of the Zoompf blog. Since our acquisition by Rigor, all our new research and posts on web performance are being published on The Rigor Blog

WebPageTest Found a Performance Problem? Fix It Using Zoompf HAR Import!

The HAR (aka “HTTP Archive”) file format is a JSON representation of all the content loaded by your browser to render a particular URL. HAR files contain lists of resources requested (CSS, Javascript, images, etc.), the order they were requested, how long it took to download them, and more. The HAR file format is evolving […]

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The SEO Expert’s Guide to Web Performance Using WebPageTest

Note: we guest posted this guide earlier this week on Moz.com and wanted to share with our Zoompf readers as well. We hope you find it useful! Any SEO professional knows that both site performance and user experience play an important role in search engine rankings and conversion rates. And just like there are great […]

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X-Ray Your Website Performance: A Beginner’s Guide to Waterfall Charts

At Zoompf we work with dozens of website owners every month who are looking to improve the performance of their site. During these discussions we run across a wide variance in the knowledge levels about performance best practices: some are looking to squeeze out that last 500ms of page load time through advanced techniques, while others […]

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