Cache static failed?

Consider the following test result.

1. Can you please clarify, why there is a “[color=#FF0000]Big Red X[/color]” for “Cache Static” for request #1 (text/html)?

Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2013 08:45:39 GMT Server: Apache Last-Modified: Tue, 29 Jan 2013 19:59:12 GMT Expires: 0 Vary: Accept-Encoding Content-Encoding: gzip Cache-Control: private, max-age=0 Content-Length: 3821 Keep-Alive: timeout=5, max=99 Connection: Keep-Alive Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8

2. Also, there are no nice “[color=#32CD32]Green Checkboxes[/color]” for request #2 (13a.css) and request #8 (13a.js) for “Minify JS”. Is it ok?

3. Also, may I suggest – if “Document Complete” (or possibly “Load Time”) is faster than 1.0s, for “CDN detected” column issue “[color=#FFA500]Warning[/color]” instead of “[color=#FF4500]Failed[/color]”.

#1 It doesn’t look like you’re caching your main HTML file, correct? Max-Age = 0.

Not sure (but this is why I am asking). Google also uses “max-age=0”. And it is absolutely ok to not cache root text/html. In worst case this is some kind of warning.

You might consider creating the background images in to a Sprite and running all the images through ImgOptim. You’d also benefit from Google Pagespeed. At some point getting any quicker is irrelevant though if you’d loading in sub-second times.

Thanks for sprites. I’m already doing heavy spriting – all layout is 100% css sprite. All other images are for Google Images.

By the way, I’m doing quite well in site benchmarks. See by yourself :slight_smile:
[]Result for Google PageSpeed Online 99 out of 100.
]Result for GTmetrix 98 & 96.
[]Result for Yottaa 99.
]Result for WebPageTest load time 0.392s.

Still waiting for pmeenan response.