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Search Resault 96/100 But - SeoEngineer - 08-16-2012 09:27 AM

Hi please help me about this problem, i will see my search resault to many redirect file for images and css js but i see my score 96 and some problem with http://www.webpagetest.org/result/120815_Y0_JAW/

Plase check this url and see my problem i can not see my compress and have many redirect i use xcache i use pagespeed in server i use gzip and i use max-age:0

Please give me Exemple page speed htaccess configuration for vbulletin with vbseo if you have this htaccess file please give me i m crazy 2 day i work about this.

But i can not fixed 18 second some time 17 secont very big packet lost i think please help me about this.


RE: Search Resault 96/100 But - pmeenan - 08-17-2012 11:43 PM

Wow, I'm not sure how the page scored as well as it did because it looks like it managed to get a lot of serious problems through the optimization checks.

For starters, figure out where this is getting inserted in your configs:

Code:
Connection: keep-alive, close

The keep-alive is probably fooling the optimization checks but that "close" is absolutely evil, particularly on a https page. Your load time will be reduced by 60-75% just by fixing that one issue.

Why are you using max-age:0 for the content? That is telling the browser that the static content can't be cached. WebPagetest would have given you an F for caching static content but that value basically tells WebPagetest that the content is not-cacheable on purpose (which is clearly wrong for most of the static resources).

Not seeing the compression is a problem with the IE test agent in WebPagetest because IE hides the headers for https content. Try using Firefox where you should see the full original headers.