It’s a short (less than five minutes) video/presentation back from CodeMash 2012. It’s hilarious and sadly insightful.
I’m a huge believer in Google Page Speed Insights and getting the numbers as high as possible on every single site I’m involved in. But there’s typically a pair of directives I’ve never been able to affect consistently:
- Prioritize visible content
The article below highlights a possible solution utilizing a Sass @mixin. Though couldn’t the same distinction be made by just having a set of CSS files with one as the priority and the other as below-the-fold, with the additional http request obviously.