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  • Writer's pictureBrent Payne

Maximize Speed with HTTP/2

It appears that not all primary resources on the URL in question are fetched using HTTP/2.

Why is this important?

Conceived in 1997, HTTP/1.1 no longer matches the current pace of the web. In contrast, HTTP/2, unveiled in 2015, is designed for the modern internet, offering advancements such as streamlined binary headers, concurrent resource delivery via multiplexing, and server-initiated resource push. Despite its release, widespread browser support was its bottleneck until most recently.

Presently, it's endorsed as a standard practice for performance improvement, acutely facilitating quicker resource delivery while conserving bandwidth.

What does the Optimization check?

Any internal URL harboring resources not delivered via HTTP/2 will prompt this Optimization.

How do you resolve this issue?

To shift toward HTTP/2, developer involvement is often necessary. Confirm the following with your hosting service provider:

  1. The capability of your web server to support HTTP/2

  2. Appropriate server configuration for HTTP/2 implementation

Server type and specific settings will determine the complexity of the upgrade process.

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