What is page speed and why does it matter?

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can anyone explain me about page loading speed and how it is used and calculated?



Page speed: The page speed refers to how fast the content on any given website page is loading. Page speed can be described in two different ways either by using the page load time or time to the first byte. Page load time refers to the time how long a single page on a website takes place to fully display the content. The time to the first byte refers to the time taken by the browser to receive the first byte of information from the web server. The users will focus more on the time taken for the page to load, which includes both of these types of page loads. 

Page speed does matter because the users think that the pages that load faster and more efficiently. In today's world, when the user searches for particular information, the information is reflecting within the span of seconds by the web pages. If that page takes a long time to load, the user will leave this site causing a negative User experience. The search engines also put up a huge emphasis or focus on the page load speed because uses usually look for faster pages.


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