Google closes hosted part Page Speed ​​Service




Google stops its online service Page Speed, which could use website owners to shorten the loading times of their web pages. Users can no longer sign since May 5. On August 3, the power goes out.

Google warns that website owners who still use the hosted-part Page Speed, their site to migrate in time. When closing the service on August 3, will sites that still use Page Speed ​​to be unattainable. Plugins that use Page Speed ​​technology continue to do work; only the web service goes offline. Google has put online instructions how people can migrate their site, plus suggestions for similar services.

Page Speed ​​was launched four and a half years ago. By logging on to the online service, users were able to accelerate their web pages. The service automatically applied to a number of measures to reduce the load times. Static parts of the site were cached on Google servers. In addition, Web pages were rewritten automatically. Javascript, style sheets, and image files were combined as far as possible, while the service also did adjustments to fetch page elements on more parallel manner. Also, the service could automatically give priority to the charging of the portions of the site that are at the top, and therefore the first time, are visible in the browser.


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