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JavaScript and CSS total size that is too large on web pages

Jan 22, 2020 1:07AM PST

Hi,
ABOUT THIS ISSUE

This issue is triggered if the total transfer size of the JavaScript and CSS files used on your page exceeds 2 MB.
The size of the JavaScript and CSS files used on a webpage is one of the important factors for a page's load time. Having lots of clunky JavaScript and CSS files make your webpage "heavier" in weight, thus increasing its load time. This in turn leads to a poor user experience and lower search engine rankings.

This issue is reported by a SEO company.

Actually the framework used to develop the entire site is node.js which is totally based on JavaScript....I feel it will be tough to get it decreased
Any experts pls help

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Post was last edited on January 22, 2020 1:41 AM PST

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Jan 22, 2020 1:53AM PST

Your issue isn't really clear.

If this is something that only prevents your SEO company from doing its work for you, consider to find another SEO company (if you feel you need one).

If, however, this only is a warning it depends on how serious it is. Don't you often get complains about your site being too slow? Does your company find the speed acceptable? Then it's surely an option to do nothing.

But if your company finds it must attack this issue, your must either optimise your code or redesign your site. If specialised node.js forums aren't sufficient help to get it done, you'll have to hire some expert. You can't expect serious help on a general forum like this.

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Jacklyn
Feb 3, 2020 4:04AM PST

This is very informative post and thank you for sharing.

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