Speed Up Your Website Step 2 - Send over Shorter Distances
In the last of these posts we discussed the HTTP Archive stats on web page size. Also relevant to webpage performance is the number of roundtrips your customers browser must make to retrieve the objects which make up the page being delivered.Read More
Speed Up your Website Step 1- Send Less Data
As discussed in the last post, the first step in reducing the page load time of any website is to reduce the amount of data which must be sent down the wire to the user’s desktop. The benefits here accrue as there is reduced opportunity for network congestion at any point through the transmission process.Read More
Who is Responsible for Website Performance?
The performance of a website is dependent on complex relationshipsbetween elements including application code, application databases, ﬁle serving techniques, hosting infrastructure, the Internet, users browsersand end user computing devices which render the pages.Read More
How to Accelerate a Mobile Website
A couple of months ago, I posted some thoughts on what mobile optimised website really means. With those thoughts as background, Id like to explore what we need to do in order to tackle website optimisation for users on cellular networks in particular. So, for the purposes of this discussion, lets refer to cellular connected small screen devices as Mobile devices or browsers.Read More