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Can't seem to make any real dents in speed, seem to be going backwards
12-22-2011, 02:26 AM
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Can't seem to make any real dents in speed, seem to be going backwards
Hello, I am pretty new to web development, and have been given the task of optimizing my non-profit camp's web page. Our recent test results are here:
http://www.webpagetest.org/result/111221_9E_2KMEB/

I've worked quite hard to try and figure this out by reading the forums and working with various plugins, but can't seem to make any increases in performance. I installed force gzip plugin, but my text compression still seems lousy. I've used w3 total cache, but I apparently fail to cache static images. I'm not sure how to optimize the use of that plugin, but I am sure that I am not doing it!

January is the biggest month for booking retreats, and I was hoping to have everything optimized both for my users and for the search engines by then, but after a week or so of plugging away it appears I may have even made things worse! I have no clue why the second load time of my site would be slower than the first if I am caching things, for instance!

Any and all help would be greatly appreciated...this is all so much more complicated than I anticipated!
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Can't seem to make any real dents in speed, seem to be going backwards - vanderkamp - 12-22-2011 02:26 AM

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