[wp-hackers] New Codex page on WordPress Optimization
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Wed Sep 5 09:41:08 GMT 2007
I've refactored the page again this time separated according to the
type of hosting. There's no point talking about server optimisation to
users who are on shared hosting. So I've split the content into multiple
pages and grouped them according the hosting architecture.
Again, any feedback most welcome.
Cheers - Callum.
Callum Macdonald wrote:
> Hey matt,
> 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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