It is possible to optimize a website builder so that it can reflect the exact requirements of a budding webmaster. Since the best programs are available on a hosted environment, this means that one does not have to download anything but just has to purchase the product on the portal. The following is a general […]


For years, we were constrained in our HTML and CSS by boring typefaces like Arial and Times New Roman, ensuring that all users could see the same thing. When you absolutely needed a special typeface that your users wouldn’t have on their systems, you’d use an image or Flash instead of text. Innovations in Web […]


There are a lot of things that a webmaster should know but among the most important are the implications of page speed. Page speed, otherwise known as page loading time, is a very important part of the user experience. Visitors to your website will be much happier – and much more likely to stick around […]


We have already seen many great tips for speeding up a website. These tips are great, but I want to share with you five more tips that are less common. Generally these tricks can’t be used in every situation (just like any other trick), but they are useful to speed up your website even more […]


Minification of JavaScript and CSS files is one of the best practices to keep your site’s load time to the minimum, especially important for the first time visitors. In organized projects, minification is part of the deployment process and it is integrated into that very smoothly using appropriate tools. If you wish to minify the […]


Intelligent caching can dramatically decrease server load and increase website responsiveness. This article introduces caching and highlights some best practices using Apache and PHP.


Implementing a PHP accelerator like eAccelerator should yield noticeable speed improvements and give you the ability to use memory as a data store.