Let's examine the WebPageTest homepage and investigate what all the settings do, including examples of what you can use them for.
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A simple blog post bringing all the resources I used and created in the GOV.UK HTTP/2 work.
Custom dashboards and graphs are a really powerful feature of SpeedCurve. Here's a few examples of how we at GDS are using them for synthetic web performance monitoring.
The best way to benchmark improvements using WebPageTest is by comparing results. Here's a tool to help you do that.
The `font-display` property is a great way to tweak the way your fonts load, especially useful as fonts have a large effect on the perceived performance of your website.
SSL certificate revocation is complex, but absolutely necessary. And your choice of what certificate to use for your site is important, and you should consider its impact on web performance when doing so too.
There's more to WebPageTest than the Waterfall View. In this post I look at the the 'Connection View' and how it can be used to spot web performance issues.