Ask Yoast: Still minify and concatenate CSS and JS files?

by Joost De Valk
To work properly, websites contain multiple CSS and JavaScript files. These must be fetched from the server by the visitors’ computer, to fully load a webpage. In the old standard, HTTP/1, only one request at a time could be handled, so minifying and concatenating multiple files was a good idea. Otherwise, visitors would experience a slow website because of too many requests.Read the full article

Ask Yoast: Still minify and concatenate CSS and JS files?

With HTTP/2, communication between the server and the computer of someone visiting a website became much easier and faster. So, is it still a good idea to minify and concatenate CSS and JS files? Joost has the answer!