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classics.uc.edu: Classics, University of Cincinnati

The Department of Classics at the University of Cincinnati

Page load speed analysis

  • 59/100

    Normal result
  • 6

    Successful tests
  • 2

    Failed tests
  • First response

    381 ms

  • Resources loaded

    2.7 sec

  • Page rendered

    306 ms

  • Total page load time

    3.4 sec

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We analyzed Classics.uc.edu page load time and found that the first response time was 381 ms and then it took 3 sec to load all DOM resources and completely render a web page. This is a poor result, as 50% of websites can load faster.

Page optimization

  • HTML 24.5 kB
    Images 840.1 kB
    Javascripts 530.5 kB
    CSS 25.5 kB

    In fact, the total size of Classics.uc.edu main page is 1.4 MB. This result falls beyond the top 1M of websites and identifies a large and not optimized web page that may take ages to load. 30% of websites need less resources to load. Images take 840.1 kB which makes up the majority of the site volume.

    • Original 24.5 kB
    • After minification 22.8 kB
    • After compression 6.5 kB

    HTML optimization

    HTML content can be minified and compressed by a website’s server. The most efficient way is to compress content using GZIP which reduces data amount travelling through the network between server and browser. HTML code on this page is well minified. It is highly recommended that content of this web page should be compressed using GZIP, as it can save up to 18.0 kB or 73% of the original size.

    • Original 840.1 kB
    • After optimization 690.9 kB

    Image optimization

    Image size optimization can help to speed up a website loading time. The chart above shows the difference between the size before and after optimization. Obviously, Classics Uc needs image optimization as it can save up to 149.2 kB or 18% of the original volume. The most popular and efficient tools for JPEG and PNG image optimization are Jpegoptim and PNG Crush.

    • Original 530.5 kB
    • After minification 524.2 kB
    • After compression 167.5 kB

    JavaScript optimization

    It’s better to minify JavaScript in order to improve website performance. The diagram shows the current total size of all JavaScript files against the prospective JavaScript size after its minification and compression. It is highly recommended that all JavaScript files should be compressed and minified as it can save up to 363.0 kB or 68% of the original size.

    • Original 25.5 kB
    • After minification 19.6 kB
    • After compression 4.3 kB

    CSS optimization

    CSS files minification is very important to reduce a web page rendering time. The faster CSS files can load, the earlier a page can be rendered. Classics.uc.edu needs all CSS files to be minified and compressed as it can save up to 21.2 kB or 83% of the original size.

Network requests diagram

  • classics.uc.edu
  • style.css
  • mod_sp_tweet.default.css
  • jquery-1.11.3.min.js
  • jquery-migrate-1.2.1.min.js
  • jquery-noconflict.js
  • caption.js
  • mootools-core.js
  • core.js
  • mootools-more.js
  • html5fallback.js
  • template.css
  • CreateHTML5Elements.js
  • jquery.min.js
  • scripts.js
  • af26ebbe25888583d9efd76bb48de5f6_normal.png
  • bckgr.png
  • menu-arrow-only.png
  • btn_go.gif
  • searchButton.gif
  • header1.png
  • header2.png
  • dept-header.jpg
  • navcorner.png
  • goldring.jpg
  • ribboncutting.jpg
  • 15undergradshow.jpg
  • ginsbergellisvanminnen.jpg
  • f_logo.png
  • slide-bg.png
  • followme.png
  • asfoot.png
  • ga.js
  • piwik.js
  • slide-nav-brick.png
  • __utm.gif
  • __utm.gif

Our browser made a total of 37 requests to load all elements on the main page. We found that 84% of them (31 requests) were addressed to the original Classics.uc.edu, 8% (3 requests) were made to Google-analytics.com and 5% (2 requests) were made to Code.jquery.com. The less responsive or slowest element that took the longest time to load (1.9 sec) belongs to the original domain Classics.uc.edu.

Additional info on classics.uc.edu

Requests

The browser has sent 35 CSS, Javascripts, AJAX and image requests in order to completely render the main page of Classics Uc. We recommend that multiple CSS and JavaScript files should be merged into one by each type, as it can help reduce assets requests from 13 to 1 for JavaScripts and as a result speed up the page load time.

13

Javascripts

19

Images

3

CSS

35

All

Possible request optimization

1

Javascripts

19

Images

3

CSS

12

Optimized

23

All

Normal result

IP address

This IP address is dedicated to Classics.uc.edu. This is the best domain hosting practice .

Normal result

IP Trace

classics.uc.edu

129.137.2.205

DNS records

Type Host Target/ip TTL Other
A

classics.uc.edu

129.137.2.205 60

Language and encoding

Good result

Language

EN en language flag

Detected

EN en language flag

Claimed

Encoding

UTF-8

Claimed

Language claimed in HTML meta tag should match the language actually used on the web page. Otherwise Classics.uc.edu can be misinterpreted by Google and other search engines. Our service has detected that English is used on the page, and it matches the claimed language. Our system also found out that Classics.uc.edu main page’s claimed encoding is utf-8. Use of this encoding format is the best practice as the main page visitors from all over the world won’t have any issues with symbol transcription.

HTTPS certificate

SSL Certificate

Classics.uc.edu has no SSL certificate. Web browsing can be safer with HTTPS connection, so we suggest that it should be obtained for this site.

Poor result

Visitor World Map

Country of origin for 83.3% of all visits is United States. It’s good for Classics.uc.edu that their server is also located in United States, as that enables the majority of their visitors to benefit from a much faster page load time.

Good result

Poor result

Social Sharing Optimization

Open Graph description is not detected on the main page of Classics Uc. Lack of Open Graph description can be counter-productive for their social media presence, as such a description allows converting a website homepage (or other pages) into good-looking, rich and well-structured posts, when it is being shared on Facebook and other social media. For example, adding the following code snippet into HTML <head> tag will help to represent this web page correctly in social networks:

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