Just tried it with "Chrome" and it seems to work in there...
(Did not try it with any other browsers).
Grade F on Make fewer HTTP requests
This page has 20 external stylesheets. Try combining them into one.
This page has 13 external background images. Try combining them with CSS sprites.
Decreasing the number of components on a page reduces the number of HTTP requests required to render the page, resulting in faster page loads. Some ways to reduce the number of components include: combine files, combine multiple scripts into one script, combine multiple CSS files into one style sheet, and use CSS Sprites and image maps.
I also recommend yslow, however I doubt the templates are the main reason your site is running slowly. I've used a template from those sites and still needed to do some work to get it passing all the validation and performance checks, but it really is a fraction of what makes your site perform or not, you should analyse\profile your code and database usage to see how well your code is performing and look for bottlenecks.
Hi, im new to "via internet communication". I have an experience in VB.Net application development and some embedded device like arduino and raspberry pi. I just want to learn how can i transfer data from my .net application to my embedded device. What i have done before,
1.i registered for free web hosting that support PHP and SQL database.
2. wrote PHP code that will receive data from .net application and store the data to sql database.
3.develop my .net application that will parse the data to the PHP in the webserver.
4. write code for my embedded device, where it will retrieve the data that has been stored in the SQL database.
by doing this, it looks like my application is "talking" to my embedded device. So i would like know, is there any smarter way i can achieve my objective?
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