One major factor of web performance in online experience is the display time. Display time
measures the time spent from a user’s
click until the page is fully loaded to the screen. In
several situations, after a page has loaded to the users
screen, sites continue to perform
background work in response to
the user’s initial action. In such cases, browsers continue to
ding a user’s document which has
a significant impact on the responsiveness
of the page. Therefore, the speed of a website is determined by this elapsed time in combination
with display time and CPU processing time.
Considering the risks of timing, the core solution relies on understanding a specific network in
which a website is to be launched. In most web development cases, it is an initial step to study
the network and calculate the resource and user access that is available in a particular medium.
As far as a standard speed is concerned, there are few ways that will improve the performance
of display time quality.
Efficiently structure mark-up
Minimize byte to download
Optimize media usage
Avoid quirks mode
In addition, image and SVG usage ought to be chosen carefully for web development. JPEG
formats are preferred to present pictures and photography visual objects. On the other hand,
PNG formats are the best options in graphical arts as they are efficient to balance compatibility
and CPU decoding.
A location of a user is calculated with several methods including IP address, wireless network
connection and signal exchanging towers or an implanted GPS hardware. Geolocation API 
generates an updated communication between a users’
location and a local server. It creates
a link on exchanging a location (latitude and longitude) and gives back related information with