Just a quick look at my Page Speed Insights score since switching to Jekyll.

My score was previously at 94 for desktop and it’s up 1 point to 95 (mobile is also up 1 point to 85).

Here’s a breakdown of the new stats:

URL:       https://www.mattbridgeman.co.uk/
Score:     95
Strategy:  desktop

Number Resources                                 | 7
Number Hosts                                     | 4
Total Request                                    | 506 B
Number Static Resources                          | 5
Html Response                                    | 7.61 kB
Css Response                                     | 44.97 kB
Image Response                                   | 56.38 kB
Javascript Response                              | 15.22 kB
Other Response                                   | 17.95 kB
Number Js Resources                              | 2
Number Css Resources                             | 2
                                                 |
Avoid Landing Page Redirects                     | 0
Enable Gzip Compression                          | 0
Leverage Browser Caching                         | 0
Main Resource Server Response Time               | 0
Minify Css                                       | 0
Minify HTML                                      | 0
Minify Java Script                               | 0
Minimize Render Blocking Resources               | 4
Optimize Images                                  | 0
Prioritize Visible Content                       | 0