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Posted on by Greg Boggs (not verified).

This is a great post with many things I hadn't thought of before.

An extremely important step any Drupal developer can take to improve the performance of a Drupal site is to move the JavaScript to the footer and make sure CSS is in the head. Web Basics from 1999 that are often overlooked in today's high speed web.

Other important steps include using a CDN, and correctly saving images (or avoiding PNG all together for content editors who don't know how to save PNG files for the web).

Slides from my recent performance talk: https: //docs.google.com/a/humhost.com/presentation/d/1GsI1nJn-2fVQdhIZsw...< /a>

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