Tips to speed up WordPress, serve gzip compressed static HTML files

Who said WordPress is slow on Windows Server IIS? Gzip compress and serve WP-Super-Cache or Cache Enabler static HTML files, to supercharge your WordPress blog. Here is how to serve gzip compressed HTML files through Windows Server IIS: create smaller, compressed, static HTML files, that are downloaded faster. This works with WP-Super-Cache and Cache Enabler on IIS!

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Umbraco: Route example.com to www.example.com

URL Routing in Umbraco, redirect website hostname in Umbraco (from https://example.com to https://www.example.com). Umbraco listens to both http://example.com and http://www.example.com. This is not good for your Google ranking and SEO, since this will be seen as duplicate content. Fortunately, it is pretty easy to redirect your website to it’s www variant. Here you’ll learn how to accomplish this.

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IIS Outbound Rules with gzip compression

Saotn.org uses used URL Rewrite Outbound Rules in IIS, to offload content from a different server and/or host name. This should improve website performance. Just recently I noticed Outbound Rules conflicted with gzip compressed content. I started noticing HTTP 500 error messages: Outbound rewrite rules cannot be applied when the content of the HTTP response is encoded (“gzip”).. Here is how to fix that error.

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Create your own CDN using IIS Outbound Rules

Create a Content Delivery Network (CDN) using IIS Outbound Rules, to offload your static content and speed up your website with these tips. Offloading content is important for the performance of your website, because then content is downloaded in parallel and thus faster. A faster website attracks more visitors, is more user friendly, improves CTR and Google SEO. You can use these IIS Outbound Rules […]

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Create your own PHP based Origin Pull CDN

How to create your own Origin Pull CDN (Content Delivery Network) with just a few lines of PHP code, to boost WordPress’ performance. 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 in a Content Delivery Network is […]

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