Apr 8, 2020 8:43 AM
I was wondering if anyone has experience trying to boost their score in HubSpot's website grader? It can be found online at website.grader.com.
I noticed that it scores my website but doesn't provide much information about how to fix the issues, it keeps its messaging very high level. I understand it might be more of a sales tool designed to make people buy CMS but I've noticed some websites already on CMS not ranking brilliantly.
Also I noticed that the pages have a lot of HTTP requests. There's a lot of files that HubSpot pull into our pages without me requesting or specifying them. Does anyone know the best way to combine and minify the default JS and CSS files included on a page by HubSpot.Â
Even my own default CSS, I keep my CSS files separete as part of a my development process where I use media queries in the <head> to pull the correct one in based on the viewport size. I'd like to combine and minify my own CSS but I don't want to loose my original seperate CSS files. Does HubSpot provide a way to do this automatically so I can keep my workflow but have the files merge and minify on the site?
Thanks very much for your help,