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    How to find the compressed size of mobile pages?


    Is there any online tool to find out?
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    Did you try searching for it.

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    I did try. I could find out the page's size but not mobile pages compressed size of my web pages. Can you please help me with this?
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    Why do you want to know? Is it not working, you can't make out what it says when you view it through a mobile device.
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    I could be misunderstanding what you're asking, but you can view a page on Android through GTmetrix.com, it tells you the size of the page too.
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    I got a question, are you using a responsive design or amp pages to facilitate mobile pages.

    If you are using a responsive design, then mobile pages and desktop pages are the same size. The page then resizes it's self to display on a phone, tablet, or desktop device. This resizing for devices does not change the content exchanged between the user and the web server it only affects how the data is displayed.

    If you are using Amp, then the pages will be smaller, amp uses just a subset of regular html tags and java, but amp may not be the proper solution. Why, because amp doesn't use all html tags and there are java limitations as well.

    Google has openly stated that a responsive design is best for most sites.

    You may be confusing "minify java" and "minify html" with what they mean.

    You minify the code to remove "whitespace" and "code comments", (these you may have to remove by editing). Whitespace and code comments eats up bandwidth and data on mobile devices and makes a bigger difference than on desktop systems.
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    Yea it kinda matters what it's viewed on and how the hosting platform is set up.
    So I doubt there is such a tool.

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