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60 Performance and Optimization Tips for your Website
By: Tim Hodgson
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    Table of Contents:
  • 60 Performance and Optimization Tips for your Website
  • When hosting your...
  • Reduce the size...
  • Combine images and...
  • Optimize your HTML...
  • Avoid using WYSIWYG...
  • When specifying a...
  • Don’t use ASP...
  • Use paged data...
  • Avoid throwing exceptions...
  • Use stored procedures...
  • Don’t enable logging...

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    60 Performance and Optimization Tips for your Website

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    Learn and implement vital tips on increasing your website’s performance.Find out how to make general improvements, how to optimize images, tweak HTML source code, get better results from ASP and ASP.NET, tune your database, and enhance IIS.

    Use one or more suggestions to give website visitors a better impression and keep them on your site longer.


    A. General
    B. Images
    C. HTML
    D. ASP
    E. ASP.NET
    F. Database
    G. IIS

    General – Hardware and Monitoring

    1. Host your website with a company known for performance. Check newsgroups and web host listing sites such as TopHosts (http://www.tophosts.com) for companies known for high performance. In a shared server environment (not dedicated hosting), find out how many other websites are on the same server as yours. Some web hosts will put up to 1 thousand sites on one server.

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