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    How to Radically Increase the Overall Performance of Your Responsive Website?

    September 12, 2013
    Increase the Performance of Responsive Website

    As we live in the multi-screen world, responsive web design is the buzz word of the decade. Websites built with responsive design techniques such as media queries, fluid grids, and flexible images are interactive, adaptive and provide a rich user experience. It is one of the most dominating forums for over a period of time. No matter how important they are, the performance issue with responsive sites stands out prominently. But with adjustments, the web ...

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    12 Tips to Optimize Your Joomla Powered Site

    December 26, 2012
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    It doesn’t matter which blogging platform you are using, but what really matters is if your website loads within seconds and is fast enough for readers and for search engine bots. Here I’m sharing couple of tips which will help you to optimize your Joomla powered site and decrease the load time of your blog. If your website is running on Joomla , then you might have installed a lot of components, plug ins, templates ...

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    What is CDN and Why You need one?

    August 3, 2012
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    Content delivery network a.k.a CDN is one of the name which you will always hear when ever someone is talking about speeding up your site. CDN has become one of the easiest way to make your site load faster. Infact all speed checking tool like gtmetrix, Google page speed suggest to use a good content delivery network to improve the site performance. People with technical background are aware of what is CDN and benefits of ...

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    How to LazyLoad images to Improve Page Speed [WordPress]

    September 19, 2011
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    Blog pages with lots of images can take a lot of time to load. The loading time can be decreased by using the sexy lazyloading image effect. Lazyloading script loads images when all the other things on a page are loaded and shows them with a stylish fade-in effect. More over, you will see this effect on many high traffic site including mashable. Lazyload effect can be added using 2 plugins which I am going ...

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    Google Analytics Added Site Speed Analytic Report

    May 8, 2011
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    We all know that these days Google is paranoid about speed and quality. They have already made it clear that page load time is one of the signal which they are considering for search engine ranking. To make user work easier, Google analytics has added a new feature which will let you track page load time of internal pages of  your blog. This new feature added by Google analytic is call Site Speed analytic report. ...

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    Google Page Speed Extension: Optimize Website for Faster Loading

    March 24, 2011
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    We all know that Google uses page load time as one of the several matrices to rank your website and it’s important to keep your blog load time as low as possible. Earlier we posted about ySlow for Chrome launched which is an extension for Yahoo team to analyze your page speed and load time and it suggests you to work on certain elements which needed to be optimized. Day before yesterday Google introduces Google ...

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    YSlow Extension Now Available for Chrome

    March 14, 2011
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    If you are into speed optimization of your website you must be aware of YSlow extension for Firefox which will help you to see your website grade and also help you to find the component which is increasing your blog load time. It’s an official tool from Yahoo page performance tool. For long time this extension was not available for Chrome browser but now you can download YSlow extension for chrome too. You can download ...

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    Host Tracker : Check your Webhosting Performance

    November 2, 2010
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    Host Tracker is a free online tool to check performance of your web host. With Host-Tracker you can perform a quick test of your web host by putting your website URL or perform a deep analysis by signing up on HostTracker uptime monitoring service. Guaranteed 99.99% hosting Uptime. Is it real? If you are running a blog other than Blogspot such as WordPress,Drupal or Joomla then you should be careful about your web host because ...

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