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[Suggestion] Speed improvements

#1
  • Make CSS.php cacheable (base on version number?)
  • Specify image dimensions on logo.png (improves render time)
  • Place inline JS in header before CSS or after calls to external media (I believe in this case, it's GA)
  • Optimise CSS (On homepage, 71% of the CSS loaded is not used)
 

James

Well-known member
#2
I think the reason that optimisations haven't been done is because it's still being developed.
Suggestions like placing JS above the closing body element, caching CSS/JS, optimising have already been addressed.
 
#3
I think the reason that optimisations haven't been done is because it's still being developed.
Suggestions like placing JS above the closing body element, caching CSS/JS, optimising have already been addressed.
Doesn't surprise me, but I'm a nitpicker ;)
 
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Floris

Guest
#4
Image dimensions usually aren't set, because every forum owner actually uses different sized header images.
 
#8
Image dimensions usually aren't set, because every forum owner actually uses different sized header images.
However, if someone has a larger file, or the user has a slow connection, on some browsers, it will not render the page until it can block out the image correctly on the page :D
 
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Floris

Guest
#18
Get the image size would only be realistic if we force the site owner to import the image into the system .. Which is what I am against to, I want all images on cdn.network.com