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Great post - do you find that lazy loading makes much of a difference?
Lazy loading does well for things like your social share buttons (you can do this using DiggDiggWP plugin. Did very well for my site when I moved DiggDigg from regular to lazy loading...
Not by much, but every seconds matters
Every split second imo =D
@Vinoth, I think your "Choosing a good web host" link is a bit weak, if I wrote a detailed post on choosing a good web host, interested in linking to it? (11 year former top 10 host executive) - Seem the SEO world and everyone needs a good link on choosing a good web host..
Come up with the post. If I really like it, I link to it
Here you go. http://snickn.com/choose-the-right-web-hosting-company/
Honest, non-bias, and accurate. I'm simply looking to improve the hosting industry, keep everyone honest if you will.
Like it Vinoth - and good list of improvements there. Not quite sure how I am going to merge my CSS files into one, as various plugins like to have their own! But point taken that it must increase overhead. Will look into it. :D
I'm getting a 404 on this link, however, it loaded rather fast.
we are moving to a new host and had a little downtime. You can check the article now. Its up
Good stuff. I've noticed a lot of speed optimization tips include WordPress. Is it just me or is this popular blogging platform inherently bloated and slow?