Over the last few months, Warren Gaebel listed, summarized, and discussed hundreds of website performance tips on The Monitor.Us blog.
The tips were taken from many, many web pages. In most cases, they are believed to be true, but in general they remain mostly untested.Some tips are very effective. Others, though valid, have minimal impact. Others are just plain wrong. How can we tell what matters and what doesn’t? The answer, of course, is to do our own testing on our own production machine(s), but do we really have time to test hundreds of tips? I think not.We can help each other prioritize these tips. I’m asking each of you to vote for the tips that your experience has proven to be particularly effective. At the same time, vote against the ones you found to be ineffective. Together we can narrow the list for all of us.
Will you help?
Today’s list covers client-side tips, specifically- rendering and loading. Server-side and other tips are in later articles.
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