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This session will introduce the web.config settings and speed/optimization settings that help get the most speed out of DNN, focusing on Google Page Speed Insights and things you can do to help get a higher score. We will discuss the 4 or 5 main things that Google Page Speed complains about and the steps you can take to (1) enable gzip compression (2) set the header expiration (3) minify/combine JS (4) talk about blocking js and css and concepts on how to work around the issues.
The Following list of links and resources are intended to support the presentation and can be used as further reading and suggestions on the topic. Even the WordPress related articles have good tips and suggestions about the approach of ignoring of related PageSpeed items.
Introductions & First ThoughtsGoogle Page Speed Insights Introductionhttps://developers.google.com/speed/docs/insights/aboutGoogle Page Speed Insights FAQhttps://developers.google.com/speed/docs/insights/faqWikipidia Overview of the Google PageSpeed toolshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_PageSpeed_Tools#PageSpeed_ServiceWhat is PageSpeed Insight? A brief intro...http://imtoolsclub.com/pagespeed-insight-google/And a few more introduction/overviews of PageSpeed Insightshttp://marketblog.envato.com/learn-something-new/google-pagespeed-insights/http://insige.com/blog/google-pagespeed-insights/
Introduction to ASYNC loading of JS and CSShttps://www.jtechcommunications.com/news-async-avoid-renderblocking