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By: Miami Photographer

Sun, 14 Mar 2010 20:14:21 +0000

How about websites having PR 7 and up? Google these days also consider the load up speed of a site as ranking metrics.



By: Mobile tracker

Mon, 07 Dec 2009 07:42:35 +0000

Informative, I recently noticed in google webmaster tools that my site loads 14.2 seconds, this is horrible. I am now doing a reseach on how to get my site faster thanks.



By: böcek ilaçlama

Sun, 22 Feb 2009 23:00:04 +0000

What about alternative stylesheets. The code I have seen to download them after the doc has loaded apply them, Which would change the style of the page.



By: sbs

Sun, 08 Feb 2009 21:25:53 +0000

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By: celix4444

Thu, 15 Jan 2009 19:48:06 +0000

We use sprites for reducing the no of request in the scenario of calling images. thanks for this article



By: Robert Ames

Thu, 20 Nov 2008 23:20:28 +0000

Just an FYI - I am not the originator of the blog.mibbit.com post, just happened to find it in my travels. --Robert



By: Steve Souders

Thu, 20 Nov 2008 22:32:35 +0000

A colleague from Yahoo!, Robert Ames, sent me this suggestion: Setting "navigator.userAgent = null" saves a bajillion bytes that the browser sends (upstream) on heavy ajax applications. Nifty little trick. http://blog.mibbit.com/?p=143



By: battery

Sat, 21 Jun 2008 02:31:28 +0000

a good read.



By: Chris Love

Thu, 19 Jun 2008 13:25:39 +0000

Tom, Pre-Compile your sites to get around the Batch Compiler. And DNN just has issues, stop using it it my advice. I do think covering issues related to proper user of AJAX principles would be fantastic. Be sure to include comments about the latest ASP.NET AJAX because the team has done a great job making it optimizable. Not to be platform specific, just suggesting. :)



By: Ben

Thu, 12 Jun 2008 17:14:41 +0000

Here's an interesting link you might want to check out about CSS selectors being a factor in load time: http://www.downloadsquad.com/2008/06/11/tests-confirm-css-selectors-slow-load-times/