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Folks,

 

I've enabled further compression on the server ... (this site was already fairly well compressed)

 

What does this mean?

1) If your web browser support gzip, then all the pages are 'zipped', sent to your web browser and then 'unzipped'

2) This means less data needs to be sent over the Internet for every page you click on

 

Be interested to see whether you notice any difference in speed at all, or even if you get any weird side effects.

 

Thanks

Neil

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Excellent, well done Neil.

 

XP IE6, Vista IE7 and Windows 2008 server IE8 beta all over some very congested Demon Internet ADSL line.

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Does seem to be faster to display pages using FF 2.0.0.20 and also with IE6 on a slow broadband and slow PC.

 

Good result Neil!

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It seems pig slow today Neil.
Spoken like a man who's never had a few hundred pounds of bacon charge him in a sty :D

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No problems here. I wish all of the forums I frequent, were as nippy as this one.

Edited by bruce

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