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We Have Disabled WP Super Cache

To improve your WordPress performance we have previously advocated using the WP Super Cache plugin to enable pages served from a static cache.  This works quite well unless you are doing some form of content adaptation that is specific… More

Mobile Device Detection Results

In a previous post I presented the performance numbers for mobile device detection using WURFL and Device Atlas. Our numbers were generated on a data set consisting of 1,572 unique user agents we collected as part of our… More

PHP Speedy Update Fixes CSS Compression Bug

Hi there! Just a quick note for people following our ongoing WordPress performance discussion. Leon Chevalier has released a new version of his PHP Speedy WordPress plugin. This update fixes the CSS compression bug we mentioned in our previous… More

Easy Steps To Speedup Your WordPress Blog

We recently finished optimizing several WordPress blogs for improved performance and I thought “wouldn’t it be great to share our experiences with everyone?” After all, when I look around at all the blogs I know and use, I see… More


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