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It's been 4 years since the original question was asked. Chrome (stable) is now at version 38. For a long time it has included a full set of Developer Tools that are roughly equivalent to Firebug for Firefox (though incidentally Firefox even has a built-in inspector too). A few things Chrome's Developer Tools allow you to do: Inspect the DOM Inspect CSS ...


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Browsers keep a connection to the server open for some amount of time after the page is fetched. This is so that if the page requests any additional resources (images, JS, CSS, etc), the connection does not need to be re-established. This window is generally about 10 seconds long. If you refresh a page within this window, the refresh will use the ...


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The answer given by Jack Lockyer is absolutely correct. See Google is the number one search engine in the world with about 80% of all searches performed in. So if a user is looking for some info on internet via Google. He will be pleasured when he gets answer immediately and as well as have some positive thoughts on the website from where he got his answer. ...


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adsbygoogle.js and osd.js are third party JavaScript files. Your server isn't the one that sends them to users, so you have no control over their caching. .htaccess will be of no help in this situation. The page speed recommendations are just that: recommendations. They are not hard and fast rules. There are times that you want to break the rules. In ...



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