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7 best practices for your Drupal environment

First released in 2001, Drupal is a free and open-source content-management framework written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. Drupal is used as a back-end framework for at least 5.1% of all Web sites worldwide, putting it in 3rd place behind WordPress and Joomla. The various uses for Drupal range from… Read the full post

8 tips for improving your JavaScript performance

JavaScript has emerged in the past couple years as the de facto expression of next generation web technologies, and a critical component of HTML5 technologies – along with CSS and JQuery. JavaScript is ubiquitous; it really is showing up everywhere – in websites, servers, games, operating systems, and robots! JavaScript is the #1 most-used language… Read the full post

6 quick mobile performance tips for the small business

Everyone can agree that mobile has dramatically changed the world – the way we work, communicate, and do our business. It also goes without saying that your small business must be “mobile first” to compete in the digital marketplace. The impacts of all this are significant as end users expect the same level of 24/7… Read the full post

How fast is your website?

In this age of instant updates, same-day delivery, and otherwise high customer service expectations, site visitors simply are not going to wait very long for your website to download. Web performance and download speeds are a growing science and research shows that milliseconds can make a real difference in customer behavior and getting those sales… Read the full post

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Top 7 ways to make your website faster

In today’s fast-paced world having a website that loads quickly and doesn’t keep your customers counting the seconds is critical to business success. As the old adage goes, “time is money” and the extra few moments that your visitors spend waiting for images, fonts, and scripts to load up can be a deal-breaker. This is… Read the full post


The Chronology of a Click, Part XV

Whew! That was a long series. But we’re finally at the end. Let’s wrap up with the top ten things to consider when our thoughts turn to website performance. These are our top ten best practices.There are many performance tips out there, but performance may be affected more by how the development team thinks about… Read the full post


The Chronology of a Click, Part IX

At the end of Part VIII the user’s request had been served, but had only made it to the bottom of the protocol stack in the server machine. This part describes the next step, the journey through the Internet from the server machine to the client machine.Part III described this journey in the opposite direction.… Read the full post


The Chronology of a Click, Part VIII

We’ve reached a milestone in this series. When the user clicked on that link way back at the beginning, it was a request for a web page. Parts II through VII saw the request being transported to the server and the server finding or building the web page (the response). Now, after all that, the… Read the full post