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Three Options for Automated Lighthouse Testing

Benefits of Automation If you’re reading this, you’re probably already aware of the importance of front-end page performance to the end-user experience. You might even be working on improving the performance of your pages and using Lighthouse to track your progress. While it is quite easy to run tests via the Lighthouse tab under Chrome’s […]

How to Increase Page Performance When Including Multiple Social Widgets

Facebook’s Like, Google’s Plus One, or Twitter’s Tweet buttons are very easy to include on a page with their provided scripts, but they can be very resource intensive when downloading. I recently needed to include a Facebook Like button and Google Plus One button for each tip on a page, and there were pages with […]