Use the below tools to improve a website's page speed.
Check if your website has gzip or Brotli compression enabled, and how well it compresses your web files.
Encode web files to a Base64 string to reduce the amount of HTTP requests that are being made by a web page.
Automatically compress CSS scripts and files to a much smaller file size. Minimizing the file size improves page speed.
Compress JPEG images to the smallest possible size to reduce the file size and improve page speed.
Check how many (and which type of) HTTP requests a web page makes. Reduce requests to improve page loading times.
Combine multiple images to one image file to reduce the number of HTTP requests.
Test how well the CSS delivery of a web page is optimized, and learn how to improve it.
Remove line breaks and unnecessary whitespace to minify web files (ie. HTML), and reduce the file size.
Check a web page for broken links, images, scripts, etc.. so you can replace/remove them from the page.
Test a website to find unoptimized images, and learn what you can do to optimize the images for a better page speed.