Nobody Likes a Slow Website
We built this Website Speed Test to help you analyze your website load speed.
The test is designed to help make your site faster by identifying what about a webpage is fast, slow, too big, and so on.
We have tried to make it useful both for experts and novices alike.
In short, we wanted it to be an easy-to-use tool built to help webmasters and web developers everywhere optimize their website performance.
Pingdom offers cost-effective and reliable uptime and performance monitoring for your website.
We use more than 70 global polling locations to test and verify our customers' websites 24/7, all year long.
With Pingdom you can monitor your websites' uptime, performance, and interactions for a better end-user-experience.
Your customers will thank you.
The following colors are used in the chart bars to indicate the different stages of a request.
|DNS||Web browser is looking up DNS information|
|SSL||Web browser is performing an SSL handshake|
|Connect||Web browser is connecting to the server|
|Send||Web browser is sending data to the server|
|Wait||Web browser is waiting for data from the server|
|Receive||Web browser is receiving data from the server|
|Blocked||Web browser is not ready to send|
The following icons are used to indicate different content types.
|Text/Plain||Plain text document|
|Other||Any other unknown content type|
|Warning||The request got a 4XX, 5XX response or couldn’t be loaded|
|Redirect||The request got a 3XX response and was redirected|
Server Response Codes
To make it easy for you to differentiate between the HTTP response codes in the chart, we’ve added color-coded dots beside each URL.
|2xx||The server responded with a successful code|
|3xx||The request was redirected to another target|
|4xx||A client error occurred, for example 404 page not found|
|5xx||A server error occurred, for example 500 internal server error|