Showing posts with label Speed Up. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Speed Up. Show all posts

How to Optimize syntax highlighter loading speed?

If you are using SyntaxHighlighter in your blog or website, then you might have noticed that you have to load the brushes you used in a post or page. The way you load them is generally by 

  1. Linking specific brush scripts used on a given page or post, 
  2. Or you load them statically by including all the brushes being used though-out the blog or website.
The first option for loading is disgusting as you have to write the code for each post or pages, however it is better as in this way you load only those brushes you used in an specific post or page.

The second option is better as you don't have to write code for each post or page, but will put impact on website loading speed as you will be loading brush scripts unnecessarily in every post or page despite their usage.

10 tips to speed up your website? Web page optimization tips

Hello everyone and welcome to this tutorial on "How to speed up your website? Web page optimization tips".

Whenever on internet it is basically desired to have things happening faster, right? But your website is not performing good enough? Well, here are 10 site optimization tips that will boost your website loading speed.

5 tips to speed up your website? These Web page optimization tips will give Sonic Boom

Hello everyone and welcome to this tutorial on “How to speed up your website? Web page optimization tips” PART 02.


So, in my last post on website optimization, which is "10 tips to speed up your website? Web page optimization tips – Part 01", I described 10 ways to speed up your website. If you have missed those tips, I think you should not. Today I will be highlighting 5 more ways to actually give a Sonic Boom to your website. So, lets start.


Use Memcache to speed dynamic database driven websites

Memcache

Memcached is a general-purpose distributed memory caching system and memcache is the top level application or module that uses memcached service. It is often used to speed up dynamic database-driven websites by caching data and objects in RAM to reduce the number of times an external data source (such as a database or API) must be read.