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Time Taken for Images to load
07-22-2011, 12:15 AM
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RE: Time Taken for Images to load
Issue 1 - make sure you test with the same browser. The Dulles test was with IE 8 but New Delhi was IE7. Here is a test from Hyderabad on IE8 - http://www.webpagetest.org/result/110721_ES_13W8N/ (much closer to the Dulles times but still longer because MaxCDN's closest POP is in Amsterdam)

Issue 2 - Smushit only does lossless compression. Most of your bigger images are photos that are jpeg's. You can try saving them at lower quality levels (while still keeping them looking good) to see if you can make the files any smaller. Any photos that are currently png's should be changed to jpeg's (like this one: http://gyancentralpullzoneone.acmehousin...revamp.png )

Issue 3 - Pretty much. Joomla has some built-in page caching that should help (not sure if it is there in 1.5 but check the admin panel for it). Otherwise faster database performance is your only chance.

Issue 4 - I don't see the swf taking 3 seconds in any of the waterfalls. Looking at the bandwidth line graph at the bottom of the waterfall, it looks like you are bandwidth constrained so reducing the bytes of other content that downloads at the same time is your best bet (the photo above as well as this png which should be 8-bit or jpeg - http://gyancentralpullzoneone.acmehousin...TjPsxG.png )

Issue 5 - Do you need all 9 fonts? I'd take a hard look at that first. Google's API's let you deliver subsets of the fonts so that would certainly help.

Issue 6 - Can you move any of them to onload? Are they at least loading asynchronously?
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RE: Time Taken for Images to load - pmeenan - 07-22-2011 12:15 AM

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