Ever wondered why your site user bounce rate is on the rise?
Thats because 47 percent of visitors expect a website to load in less than 2 seconds,
and 40 percent of visitors will leave the website if the loading process takes more than 3 seconds.
These days more features are been packed into web pages, significantly reducing the load rate as each feature counts for a separate HTTP request.
Utilising HTTP 2 guarantees that a larger number of requests is handled more effectively,
thanks to its multiplexing feature that can deliver more HTTP requests at once.
It maintains backward compatibility with HTTP 1.1 but offers additional performance enhancements.
Thawte shares an infographic that explains what is HTTP 2 and why your website needs it.
Let’s give you a summary:
what is HTTP 2?
why your website needs to support HTTP 2
the difference between HTTP 1.1 and HTTP 2
How to make your website support HTTP 2 or SPDY
useful HTTP 2 tools
Check the infographic for more details.
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