Web Development and Content Markup
Web Development Guidelines
Are your pages upside down?
» Original Source: http://patricklynch.net/viz/viz020100.html (February 2000)
Top-of-page or above the fold navigation and content; along with gradients of complexity, both down the page and into the site. I am providing a copy of this exceptional commentary only to make it reliably available.
Fast Loading Pages: A Fresh Look at Internet Speed
» Original Source: http://webreference.com/new/020801.html (Aug 1, 2002)
Some details in the above article are clearly dated. However, after more than a decade, what it says is as relevant today as when it was first written.
"State of the Union: E-Commerce Page Speed & Web Performance"
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by Radware Inc.
… “Does your E-commerce website take longer than 3 seconds to load? Online consumer expectations have not changed: Shoppers expect retail pages to load in 3 seconds or less, yet many retail websites fail to deliver this. The good news is that this problem is surmountable.”
10 Tips For Developers To Speed Up Websites
“Web developers are often asked to optimise performance and loading speed of a website … The easiest way is to reduce HTTP requests which can be done through front-end development. There are some other steps too like web hosting, installing the right web server, HTTP caching and so on. Let's discuss all the tricks in detail here.”
Web Content Markup
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