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kleinespel

critical JS/CSS slows pages - bad for SEO and google ranking

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The new SEO tools are nice but since page speed is one of the most relevant aspects you should do something about slow loading.

Just a few examples of what Googles PageSpeedInsights tell me:

Eliminate render-blocking resources. Estimated savings: 4.19 s

Details:

Resources are blocking the first paint of your page. Consider delivering critical JS/CSS inline and deferring all non-critical JS/styles.

URL Size Potential Savings

/ik/_PbYZD3ye….js(use.typekit.net) 8 KB 780 ms

…scripts-compressed/common-526b9c5…-min.en-US.js(assets.squarespace.com) 424 KB 3,330 ms

…156…/site.css?&filterFeatures=false(static1.squarespace.com) 51 KB 1,380 ms

Can I do anything myself?

Edited by kleinespel
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This isn't something we or anyone else can fix. I suggest you raise your concerns with Squarespace Customer Care. You can reach out to them here.


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Google's PageSpeed Insights tool examines a site's code to provide suggestions and best practices for speeding up a site. The tool is useful when coding your own site, but can present misleading results for sites built on a CMS platform, like Squarespace. Check this Squarespace help guide for more specifics:

Google's PageSpeed Insights errors

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