Web Browsers are a beautiful creation that allows us to view & use web pages on the internet. The governing fundamentals that make that happen transpire at the speed of light. From the many, one of the core principles is DOM — or short for — Document Object Model. What Is DOM (Document Object Model)?
If you’ve ever run your site through Google PageSpeed Insights, and came across “preconnect to required origins,” this post will cover the ground on what that message conveys, and specifically, focus on the rel=”preconnect” aspect. If you’re interested in dns-prefetch, you can check out my previously written post, where I discuss the necessary details to
As the name suggests, dns-prefetch is a hint for modern web browsers that strives to calculate the IP address of a domain present on a page. In other words, it’s already prefetching the information — prior to it being requested. How Does dns-prefetch Help? On its most fundamental level, one of the core activities that
A lot of the initiatives in the web development world and the search engine rankings have been around providing a positive user experience. From the many, web performance holds great importance. And from the myriad of options available for improving site speed, link rel Preload is one of them. What Is rel=”preload” ? When rel=”preload”
As we progress towards a more personalized digital world, you will start to experience increased content geared towards you. And what you see on a webpage may be entirely something else than what others see because of their personalization activities. This by nature — where content is served uniquely to each – often falls into