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My primary concerns are UX, download speed, and lastly, Gaggle. oops... I meant giigle, or maybe googoogaagaagle. Ok, back to the real issues. To me, I think having a ridiculously huge number of links on a single page may cause a slight slowdown because when a robot scans a page, every single byte is downloaded from the server, and each ...


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Here is a visualization of the number of links on the homepages of top 98 webpages. Very few have less than 100, and many have 500 or more. Google used to recommend that any page have no more than 100 links per page. However, they removed the "100 links per page" from the webmaster guidelines some time ago. Matt Cutts released a video where he says that ...


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Ideal would probably be 50. 100 works too if you want to go on the higher side. Taking your points one at a time: UX: Unless I misunderstood how this website is to be used, a search feature would be much more useful than a list of IP addresses. That way, people can look up the domain or IP of any websites that they have had issues with. However, maybe if ...


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It is not the number of users but the number of transactions. You had 3456 in about 300 seconds which equals 11.52 transactions per second with the longest transaction taking 1.95 seconds. This seems within the good range to me. You may be able to tune Apache and MySQL some to handle more transactions, but I would not bother until you start to get to 8-10 ...



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