Is there ever a time when you should use caching? Like for frequently updated pages? Or, should you always cache? Please give examples and reason?
How do you enhance your websites load speed without killing the design and accessibility? File compression, CDN, Gzip? What are the best tools for doing so? For example, Google has optimized their ...
We have a site that requires users to sign into. Typical stuff. Today, all the content (dynamic and static) is behind the login process, and you cannot access any of the pages or files via a URL ...
I can run lots of performance tools on my server, but what is with problems that are only visible from the outside? Are there any tools that can help me with this?
I have a fast server, and a reasonably fast home Internet connection. How can I simulate my page loading on a slow connection?
What are some common optimizations performed to reduce HTML or XHTML page size? Some that come to mind are: removing comments, removing extraneous whitespace, moving repetitive inline styles to a ...
If a page takes too long to load, after how long – generally – will a user give up and re-load or go elsewhere? What studies have been done that measured page load time and user ...
What is the most effective way to load to load test your app? The main point is to determine how many users you could support at a single time with the application still running at a reasonable speed. ...
My site scores a D in YSlow. How important is it that I get it up to say a B or an A? I feel the page already loads quickly. I tested it at home on a modest 512k connection and it loaded in an ...
I know of a couple tools to measure end user web site performance and I'm wondering what else is out there. The two major ones I know of are yslow and Google's page speed.