To optimize for search engines and to ensure short loading times, it is recommended that you restrict the number of images on the pages of your site.If a page has more than 10 images, this may mean they are being used incorrectly. An exception can be made for images such as measurement pixels.
At best, 30% of the page has actual readable text (in your case this is 0%).
This is why we recommend minimizing the amount of code to a maximum of 70%.
After that, the browser still has to create a page out of this and that also takes some time.
Using inline style is not recommended because the design is still in HTML.
Computers use a DNS (Domain Name System) to determine the IP address associated with a domain name. It is the determination of a domain name that is associated with an IP address.
The IP address of your website should should be associated with your domain name.
Measurement pixels for statistics can also be seen as an external image.
But because measurement pixels contain no information, this is not a problem.
The code density is the ratio between HTML code (100%) and the actual readable text (0%).
If a page contains a high code density, that means a lot of code is used to display the text.
The sitemap is an XML file which consists of a list of URLs of the website and a number of extra data such as a page's importance and how often the page changes.