Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by tafreehm, Oct 5, 2012.
Thats a long ass video. Where is the condensed 5 minute version?
Yeah I'm not watching an hours worth of this bro. Can you give it to us in a nut shell. Or just type out a small paragraph??
mod_pagespeed is an open-source Apache module that automatically optimizes web pages and resources on them. Optimization is done by rewriting the resources using filters that implement web performance best practices. Webmasters and web developers can use mod_pagespeed to improve the performance of their web pages when serving content with the Apache HTTP Server.
Three steps to mod_pagespeed
mod_pagespeed is available as a downloadable binary for i386 and x86-64bit systems and as open-source code accessible through svn. It is tested with two flavors of Linux: CentOS and Ubuntu. The developer may try to use them with other Debian-based and RPM-based Linux distributions.
Serve your web pages with Apache and mod_pagespeed
Follow the instructions to configure mod_pagespeed with Apache and get familiar with the configuration. There are several filters provided as part of this module, including some exciting experimental features such as CSS outlining. With some experimentation, you can fine-tune the configuration to get the maximum benefit in terms of page performance. In addition, make sure to configure caching and compression to get the maximum benefit out of your HTTP Server.
Learn more about Web Performance
The field of web performance is a complex space. Check our filter documentation and best practices documentation on how to optimize your website.
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