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Average Loading Time
We check the actual loading times for the startpage of your project from different locations including: San Francisco, Toronto, New York, London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Singapore and Bangalore. Here we show the average loading time for all the locations.
Fastest and Slowest Loading Time
Here we show the fastest and the slowest loading time for the start-page of your project from the different locations monitored (San Francisco, Toronto, New York, London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Singapore and Bangalore).
When did the Optimizer crawler last update the loading time values?
Inside the world map you’ll see the loading time for the start-page of your project from one or more different locations: San Francisco, Toronto, New York, London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Singapore and Bangalore.
Uptime Last Month / Today
Percentage of time over the last month or over last day that the site was available to our crawler. (Status code 200)
Downtime Last Month / Today
The time in the last month or during today that the site was unavailable to our crawler.
Our Optimizer quickly checks the start-page of your domain every minute. If this check fails we will retry the availability of the page at a more frequent rate. Thanks to this, you will notice even short uptime problems, which will be marked red in the bar above.
In the table we show you the changes seen along with a description of what happened as well as the date and time at which it was found.
A quick loading time is extremely important your your users.
Find out which URLs in your Optimizer project have an acceptable loading time and which don’t.
The graphical breakdown in the chart allows you a quick overview. You can find the specific URLs in the accompanying table.
This table allows you to quickly work-out if your URLs are taking a reasonable time to load, or not. The URLs are listed over a range of increasing times. Numbers and percent of URLs, including accumulated time and percent, are shown next to a link that will take you to more information on the URLs.