Do your SEO tools slow down your websites?

No SEO Speed Penalty WordPress SEO plugins can have a dramatic negative effect on website speed. More often than not, the more features you use in WordPress SEO tools, the slower your website. This can mean a loss in visitors and reduced conversions. With Good Gallery, you won’t see any speed reductions even if you’re [...]

Do your SEO tools slow down your websites?2018-08-22T15:26:24-07:00

How do you improve perceived download speed?

Prioritizing Content We use several methods to improve perceived download speeds. One of those methods is content prioritization. We prioritize the resources needed to present the page to visitors. Above the Fold Content that appears above the fold is always loaded first. The term above the fold comes from the days of printed newspapers when [...]

How do you improve perceived download speed?2018-07-19T11:47:45-07:00

How do you optimize text and supporting files?

Space Optimization We use several methods to improve performance on Good Gallery websites. One of those important methods is stripping unnecessary information and dynamically compressing information. Minification Through a process called minification, we remove all unnecessary characters from some of our source code. Examples of unnecessary information include programmer comments, new line characters, and whitespace [...]

How do you optimize text and supporting files?2018-08-22T13:17:33-07:00

How do you improve back-end performance?

Combining Files On most modern websites, there can be hundreds of pieces of information used to define how a page should be displayed. That information includes images, text, JavaScript, CSS, and a host of other data. We've carefully evaluated all these data and combined them where possible so that fewer files are downloaded when a [...]

How do you improve back-end performance?2018-08-22T13:31:51-07:00

How do you handle Exif data?

Exif Exchangeable Image File Format (Exif) data is embedded in most image files. It contains date and time information, camera settings, and additional meta information like titles, descriptions, and copyright details. Imported Info When you upload your images, we import the Exif information associated with your files and store it in our database. If you’ve [...]

How do you handle Exif data?2018-08-22T13:50:09-07:00

Are your websites psychic?

Preloading Content Our websites anticipate visitor behavior. For example, when visitors pause while looking at your gallery photos, we begin preloading the next three photos in your gallery anticipating that the visitor is going to continue viewing additional images. This behavior improves the perceived speed of your site and helps encourage visitors to spend more [...]

Are your websites psychic?2018-08-22T13:54:35-07:00

How do you ensure that photo galleries load quickly?

Lazy Loading We use a design strategy that delays the loading of photos until they’re needed by visitors. This means that pages load faster since thumbnails are only loaded when visitors move to that part of the page. This is done using a technique called lazy loading. With lazy loading, instead of loading every image [...]

How do you ensure that photo galleries load quickly?2018-08-22T13:39:39-07:00

Do you use browser caching?

Superior Browser Caching Browser cache is temporary computer storage for files downloaded by your browser. For your website, we cache many files including photos, buttons, multimedia, html, CSS, and JavaScript. Simply said, we use browser caching to make your website faster. Highly Optimized Transactions Our optimized caching reduces the number of transactions between servers and [...]

Do you use browser caching?2018-08-22T14:27:41-07:00

How much bandwidth is available for my website?

Big Pipes We use the Amazon CloudFront content delivery network (CDN) to serve your website from servers located in 59 cities across 29 countries. With this system we’re able to transfer up to 40 gigabits per second and respond to 100,000 requests per second. Our system is optimized for low latency and high data transfer [...]

How much bandwidth is available for my website?2018-08-22T14:40:07-07:00

What does bloat control mean?

Web Pages Are Getting Bigger In 2011, most web pages were smaller than 1MB. In 2016, the average size grew to 2.2MB. And in 2018, the average size was 3MB. With the availability of greater bandwidth across all devices, websites around the world have taken advantage of those improved speeds by adding more content to [...]

What does bloat control mean?2018-08-22T14:52:28-07:00
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