- 2 years ago
- You have to check first on your servers relative to your access point.
- it overall reduces the loading time you have t optimize images and your Database queries
- If possible use as much script and Css or any resources URLs CDN and try to implement CDNs technology
- CNDs proxy technology, which was designed to minimize "physical" distances between the site's content and browsers, directly influences TTFB. Details
- Database caching: Is your e-commerce system using it? The first hit on the database is a huge hit on performance.
- Memory vs. disk caching: Memory is faster
- SSL versus non-SSL for non-secure pages. SSL will slow performance and should only be used where security is an issue, like during checkout or on login pages.
- Server configuration: Is your database on the same server as your web server? That's a problem, if true.