Speed up your Website
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Thank you to all of the following incredible sponsors and contributors for making this years Speed Awareness Month awesome: Giveaways Dyn for their tips on speeding up DNS and their free speed test Torbit for giving away one month of Insight free and their post on how to make your site faster UberTags for giving everyone [...]Read More »
YSlow is a tool that analyses your page and tells you why it’s slow. You can significantly reduce the page loading times and improve the user experience by running the tool and implementing its checklist-style suggestions. It also happens to be free and open source. Installation You can install YSlow from source, but it’s easier [...]Read More »
A fast loading website is so important to your bottom line that we have dedicated this whole month to it. We posted a lot of great articles and many companies are giving away FREE web performance tools. (Make sure you grab them, there are only two days left!) To celebrate the end of Speed Awareness Month, we [...]Read More »
The team at Varnish Software is very proud of Varnish Cache, our open source web application acceleration software, the world´s best web optimizer if you ask us. Backing us up in this belief is a dedicated community of worldwide users that actively contribute to the continuous development and quality of Varnish. How can Varnish help [...]Read More »
Optimization (performance or otherwise) is usually a cycle of measure -> analyze -> adjust, repeated over and over until you reach your goal. There are a ton of great tools and services for measuring the performance of a website but the basics are all generally the same. As an introduction into the world of web [...]Read More »
Webspeed is important, right? All the high traffic sites and top 1,000 e-commerce stores know about it and spend a lot of time and money on optimizing and monitoring their online properties. Case studies and facts like: Amazon loses 1% of sales for every 100ms it takes their site to load Mozilla shaved 2.2 seconds [...]Read More »