Every blogger, especially those who have been blogging for a long time and pleasure, has unusually successful posts. It is inevitable how … (I don’t even know what to compare with, everyone can come up with the end of the sentence himself). Only one thing is bad: such posts are few, hellishly few! Everything seems to be good. You yourself are satisfied with the post, you receive laudatory comments and constructive (or not so) criticism … You rest on your laurels: “Here I am (what)!” It’s only too early to rest! This is only the first, the most meager benefit that this undoubtedly successful and memorable post can bring to you. And when you try to write something similar it turns out badly … Just think. A lot of work has been done. But even if your blog is very visited and generally “humpy,” it is still just a small molecule of a huge organism called the World Wide Web. And if you Continue reading
Not at all, the whole problem is that you can have time to drink 5 cups of tea before the page of this resource loads in the browser. No matter how good, informative, and useful the site may be, it needs to work quickly. If this requirement is not met, in most cases the resource will lose its visitors, who will prefer even a lower-quality, but faster portal, in return. Therefore, I would like to talk about the reasons for the slow operation of your resource, so that later you can move on to methods to eliminate these causes.
First of all, this material will be useful to owners of serious resources, since for the most part the problems with page loading speed concern them. However, business card site owners should also not neglect optimization rules, Continue reading