[wp-hackers] New Codex page on WordPress Optimization
lists.automattic.com at callum-macdonald.com
Tue Sep 4 20:13:57 GMT 2007
I agree, caching is the highest impact so it makes sense for it to be
first. I was thinking about the process in terms of improving each
stage, from DNS down. It made sense in my head anyway! I've added a note
at the top with a link straight to caching.
Thanks for the link to the presentation, I'm watching it now. I've added
a link to that and the other two sites you mentioned.
Cheers - Callum.
Matt Mullenweg wrote:
> Callum Macdonald wrote:
>> I've been doing some research on WordPress optimisation and I whipped
>> up a new page on the Codex:
> I would suggest going from biggest impact to smallest impact. Start
> with WP-Cache, get down to multiplier tweaks like a PHP accelerator
> and minor server stuff (query_cache), and end with front-end
> optimization, with a link to resources like:
> It's probably also worth watching and linking to Barry's presentation
> from WordCamp:
> Finally, Lightpress is a separate project which is
> mostly-not-compatible with WordPress, I don't think it should be
> suggested as an optimization technique.
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