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10 Tips To Creating Fast Loading Websites
By: Hilum Mburu
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    10 Tips To Creating Fast Loading Websites - Avoid using multimedia...

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    7. Avoid using multimedia files

    Unless your site is an entertainment one donít use multimedia files especially as background music unless you absolutely have to. Providing a download link or an online player is better than using the files as background music.

    8. Use Templates

    Using templates will not only ensure uniformity throughout your site but will enable subsequent pages load faster because the structural images will have cached and thereby reducing the load times significantly.

    9. Optimize images

    Using an image editor like Photoshop, or Ifarnview, images can be optimized to load fast depending on their intended use. Appropriately resized and cropped images will greatly reduce the loading times of a page and at the same time maintaining their integrity.

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