Increased Load Times: Your website can suffer from codebloat, from unused code snippets that are left over. Your site may be exposed to front-end code injection. Meaning extensions, plug-ins, modules, and code changes are supplied by and supported...
It’s worth noting that if you implement many the preceding recommendations in this article, and add images, videos, graphics, charts, additional content to pages on your site, you’re going to experience bloat and incur load time issues.
Here are a four of the most common areas of page bloat. This is the most common area for page bloat. If you're planning a new site, or revamping an old one, just how important is your front-end code to your site success and SEO glory?
Reducing codebloat helps pages load faster and use less bandwidth. In addition to caring about how users perceive your site, think of how bloat can affect search engine ranking and linking. At other times, the slowness is caused by bloat.
Reducing codebloat helps pages load faster and use less bandwidth. I've always suspected that streamlining HTML code is a good way to facilitate indexing. Clean Code Matters If everybody served clean code, Google would be able to index...
Add codebloat to your page Earlier, I posted about the Link Condom site that went up, which pokes some fun at the new nofollow
attribute. Six Apart's Anil Dash didn't find it funny, as he deconstructs in Anti-Nofollow FUD.