Good question... I dunno what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I find an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..
I have pages that fall within just about all the ranges. My largest is 63k and the smallest is 7k. But they average between 10 and 30. It all depends on what pages they are. The largest ones are text only..
The real problem is when you start generating dynamic content... and you can't calculate the size of the page because the content changes each time..
Microsoft used to recommend that pages don't go over 50k in total size, unless your a powerhouse of info (yahoo, microsoft, ibm)..
Where I see people fail the most is by using a lot of gradients and precise graphics. The graphics by far kill the page the fastest. Hop over to iPage website review and rerun this poll, and see whats on display. I'll bet you have a lot of content-less pages that are hitting 50K or more...
Interesting, only 8 people voted so far..
I guess it means one or all of the following:.
* Only 8 people here build sites;.
* My question was too obscure to be understood;.
* I'm being boycotted for being a pain in the proverbial;.
* Most people here couldn't care less how long their pages take to download; and/or.
* It's a slow day..
I think the thread has been very good..
It is interesting to learn that 10-30 k seem to be the maximum recommended for fast loading..
In any event maximum 50 k should be the maximum..
Quite eye opening...