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You may also want to check out this free tool http://www.bitcatcha.com/ where it measures the response time of the server. The tool will ping the server from 8 different locations around the world to simulate actual browser request in different part of the world. The response speed will be recorded and then the results will be benchmarked against the Top 10,...


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In 12 years of doing this, I have never used Alexa for anything and I don't know why anyone would. I think even YSlow has been abandoned but I could be wrong. The best tools are from Google PageSpeed and Chrome or Firefox dev tools along with http://webpagetest.org


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The difference between the scores is simply the different methods that the score is compiled between accessing them on a web browser and accessing them on a Google server. On the Google server everything is tuned and purposed specifically for the task of performing speed tests whereas the browser plugin depends on the browser and operating system, every ...


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The error message you are getting is simply an informative message telling you that without the width and height attributes the page load may slow down while the whole image is downloaded to the browser cache to be displayed, but if the image in question is the same size (IE: not larger than the area you are wanting to display it in) then you wont have any ...


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From past experience I think you may find that the issue will be memory related and not precisely related to the rewrite rules per-say. What I have found in the past, although I can't find it documented anywhere is that IIS heavily depends on the system memory to perform URL rewriting, I believe it has something to do with caching the rules. If this is the ...



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