Free WordPress Website Page Speed Test Tool

Use the free WordPress website page speed tester to get your speed analyzed in less than 60 seconds.

Test The Speed of WordPress Websites

How to run the WordPress page speed tester

To run a speed test, you will need to insert your URL address, and choose “Run Test”. The location is automatically chosen from the nearest point and will take less than 60 seconds for our page speed tool to analyze your results.

For measuring the average page speed of your WordPress website, you can run multiple reports, and save the results. 

You can save each report’s results, as they will not be retained on our website, nor shared in marketing data.

If you have recommendations or advice on how we can improve our page speed tester for WordPress, you can do so by filling out our Speed Test Recommendations form.

Metrics that matter for Core Web Vitals

Upon receiving the test results, a set of results will be shown with the following:

First Contentful Paint (FCP) – The first paint element, which indicates when the HTML element is displayed. Contributes to User experience (UX).

Speed Index (SI) – Provides the average rendering speed of a web page, which directly contributes to User Experience (UX), and is measured by your hosting provider’s server speed.

Time To Interactive (TTI) – Indicates the time taken to paint content, and allow users to interact with it. It’s not a direct CWV metric but is highly important for UX. 

First Meaningful Paint (FMP) 

Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) – Contributes to Core Web Vitals (CWV). Aim to score below 2,5 seconds for the best results. Anything above 2,5 seconds will result in need of improvement.

Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) – Contributes to Core Web Vitals (CWV). Aim to score at least or less than 0,1 sec. Anything above the result will result in the need for improvement.

What to do if your website is slow

If your website is slow, you can follow our suggestions for improving your WordPress website page speed results. 

The most common issues with slow websites are usually heavy page builders, slow themes, and mostly too many plugins. Sometimes, your web host could be the issue for your speed.

Figuring these things out may take quite some time. That’s why we offer professional WordPress website speed optimization services, which save you time, and get your website speed boosted by professionals.