Do you ever test your website speed test “YES” that’s good, and  if  “No” check out these 5 free tools below for testing your website’s speed. Each of them offers their own unique features, reporting, and different ways to dissect your results.

How to Test Your Website Speed.

1.Google Page Speed Insights

Google PageSpeed Insights is a service free by Google that measures the speed of your website for both desktop and mobile versions of your site. This will gives you score between the rang of 0 and 100, with the higher score being better.  Google indicates that a score of 85 or more means the page is performing well.  The report produced shows detailed recommendations and insights on how you can improve your PageSpeed score, along with an indication of importance.

A mobile report includes the results of a Mobile Friendliness test, as this is now part of the Google Algorithm.  This includes checking your viewport configuration, the size of your tap targets (buttons and links), whether buttons are too close to hinder tapping, and also eligible font sizes.

 

Google page speed test

2.Pingdom

Pingdom is probably one of the most popular website speed test tools ever, To use Pingdom Tools you just enter in your website address, and then it will show your website speed test and load time with different location and summarize your web page performance at the top with four metrics:

Performance grade.
Requests.
Load time.
Page size.

Below the summary you will find further information divided into four different sections:
 
Waterfall breakdown
Performance grade
Page analysis
History
 
The page analysis offers an excellent overview of additional information such as a size analysis, size per domain (you can easily compare your CDN assets size vs. your domain), the number of requests per domain, and what type of content had the most requests.
pingdom speed test

3.GTmetrix

Many people are prefer this tool because it will give you more detailed than pingdom. This tool provides the following information:
PageSpeed and YSlow scores – The GTmetrix score is an average of the PageSpeed and YSlow scores. The arrow next to the score indicates whether you are faster than other sites analyzed by them.
Recommendations – You will receive a full list of actionable recommendations, prioritized by importance \ potential gains.
Page Load Details (time, size, the number of requests) – These give a great overview of your page speed. and the results are color coded so you can see how you compare with other sites.
Waterfall, Video, and Report History – This allows you to see \ determine how your page assets load and troubleshoot any delays.  The history allows you to see how any changes you make have affected the site speed.
To get the most out of GTmetrix, we highly recommend you register with them for free.  By doing so, you will get access to more features, including testing using different browsers, connection types (i.e. see how your website loads with a slower connection).

One feature we particularly like is the video playback option.  This allows you to playback your page load, at your chosen speed, so you can see precisely where any bottlenecks occur.

GTmatrix speed test

4.DareBoost

DareBoost is one of the newer tools on the market, and having tested it for the first time while writing this article is now one of our favorites.  You will need to register for free to make full use of the tool.

Dareboost makes various checks (over 100 in total) in each of the following areas:

Accessibility – Checks for Descriptions in form fields, noscript tags (i.e. if something is readable when the user has javascript disabled), if “lang” is specified (for screen readers), etc.
Browser Rendering – Tests whether javascript is deferred, slowest resources, duplicate scripts, etc.
Cache Policy – Checks for Expire Headers, inline script lengths, query strings on static resources, etc.
Compliance – Checks for correct Font formats, Silverlight plugin usage, flash resources, etc
Data Amount – Checks for things like optimized images, minification, page size, etc
Number of Requests – Checks whether you could combine Javascript files, redirects, unreachable resources, etc
Quality – Looks at HTML code quality
SEO – Checks for basic SEO matters, such as H1 tags, number of links on page, meta description, etc
Security – Checks whether you are protected against popular malicious web attacks, such as XXS attacks.  Also checks SSL issues.

Each test is given a score between 0 and 100 so you can get an indication of how well your site is doing.

5.Dotcom-Monitor

Dotcom-Monitor is a simple tool that offers the ability to test your website speed from 23 different locations simultaneously, You can also choose from multiple web browser.

This reports are divided into five different sections, which can be accessed when you click on the waterfall link next to your selected location:

Summary
Performance
Waterfall chart
Host
Errors
 
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