Are you caching your images and scripts? IIS SEO can tell you

Posted by: CarlosAg Blog, on 09 Jun 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

One easy way to enhance the experience of users visiting your Web site by increasing the perceived performance of navigating in your site is to reduce the number of HTTP requests that are required to display a page. There are several techniques for achieving this, such as merging scripts into a single file, merging images into a big image, etc, but by far the simplest one of all is making sure that you cache as much as you can in the client. This will not only increase the rendering time but will...

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