gstatic.com makes websites slow

Posted by on 11/01/2012
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13 Responses to gstatic.com makes websites slow

  1. James

    I appreciate your research on this. I had begun to notice over the past week or so a couple of websites continually loading and never completing. I also saw the gstatic.com address as you mentioned. The irony is though that I Googled this result and arrived at your page to find the answer I was looking for! they are not all bad then!

  2. James

    Which one?

    • The Pabster

      Very good question! I’ve just realized, silly me, that there’s no link for contacting the administrator. I’ll work around that as soon as possible…

  3. Siera

    I do not really know how this gstatic came up. I don’t experience this problem before? Is there any other way I can get rid of this problem?

    • The Pabster

      I don’t really know. What I posted is the only solution I’ve found.

  4. Nitin GUpta

    I am owner of website ifsc-code, that maintains list of Indian Bank details, on my website i seen most of the users complaining that page loading is too slow, when i checked its gstatic.com which is too slow.

    Is their any solution to get out of this trouble. i don’t want to loose my customer base.

    • The Pabster

      From a web server or website point of view I don’t know what can be done. Sorry. I just found the workaround from the browser’s point of view.

  5. GoogleBot

    you can’t never have enough propaganda………
    This article is so absurd. gstatic hosts contents without cookie etc. (stateless content, js, images, css) to speed up loading and reduce server load…
    I don’t need to waste my time to explain more because I doubt you will ever understand….enjoy your Google Greedy Theory…

    • The Pabster

      However, you wasted your time this far despite me won’t ever understanding, didn’t you?
      That is absurd. One more Google fanboy frustrated to see not everyone worships their same G-god.

  6. Jeff Seager

    The truth lies somewhere between the “greedy Google” theory and the idea that this is entirely benign, and this should be an issue of serious concern for web developers more than for people who are casually browsing.

    Google offers lots of “web services” including Google Analytics, Google Translate … and they’ll be developing more as time goes on. The way these generally work is that developers who opt in to those services are given code snippets to drop into their sites, and those code snippets call to relevant Google resources every time pages are loaded. From time to time, Google alters the code on their own servers so those resources can be upgraded or improved in any number of ways. Developers have an unfortunate tendency only to ADD features, and rarely to take them away, so the code burden just grows and grows.

    That’s where gstatic.com comes in. It is hosting those Google resources, and your nifty new page with all those cool Google web services is only one of millions hitting the gstatic servers all the time, every time a page reloads. As hard as they may try to keep up with demand, Google may always have a hard time managing the code burden they are constantly encouraging us to incorporate into our sites. Yes, this is to some degree a “world domination” scenario, but developers do have a choice in it. We need to be thoughtful enough to ask ourselves how much that Google widget is really needed to provide maximum benefit and minimum burden to both the owners and the end users of our websites.

    • The Freelander

      Thank you for the detailed and plausible explanation. I do agree that web developers are as much to “blame” for the issue as Google itself.

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