8 Tips to improve Joomla performance

Joomla ACL decision flow-chart

How to speed-up Joomla performance on Windows Server IIS: 8 important, but simple, tips to improve & speed up Joomla Add caching, gzip compression, set your sessions & optimize MySQL database functions… Provide your visitors with a blazing fast Joomla website!

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Minify JavaScript, CSS and compress images

Fire-and-forget JavaScript and CSS minification and PNG image optimization on the Linux-, Mac OS X and Windows command-line interface. Using OptiPNG and YUI Compressor

Optimize PNG images and minify JavaScript and CSS files, the easy and fast way? With YUI Compressor and OptiPNG on the Windows-, Linux- and macOS command line of course! Compacting HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can speeds up your website because of smaller and faster downloads, parsing, and execution time.

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Create your own PHP based Origin Pull CDN

The advantage of having your website content hosted on a Content Delivery Network (CDN) is having your content distributed and stored across the Globe. Utilizing the network of the Content Delivery Network provider. Hosting your WordPress website on a Content Delivery Network is an important WordPress optimization tip. Here is how to create your own Origin Pull CDN with just a few lines of PHP…

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Cache MySQL query results with PHP WinCache

In November 2011, I wrote a post about MySQL query caching with PHP/Zend_Cache, and I recently stumbled upon a blog post caching MySQL query results in memcached by “KutuKupret”. This made me wonder if the same would be easily done with the Windows Cache Extension for PHP.

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MySQL query caching using PHP/Zend_Cache

By using the Cache.php PHP class of the Zend Framework, you can relatively easy cache MySQL query results to disk. This ensures faster consecutive results and speeds up execution. In this context, caching means: execute a MySQL query once and save the result in a temporary file. For every time that same query is executed, you can simply use the result stored in your disk cache file, as long as the database hasn’t changed. Often it is faster to save this on the web server than having it to redo the query every time.

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