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I recently reduced the server wait time on a client website from over 5 seconds to about a third of a second. What didn't help Enabling the Joomla cache would probably have helped but this often causes issues for me with CAPTCHA's not working etc. I tried the free version of JCH Optimise to combine CSS and JavaScript files but there was very little ...


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For website performance test you can use some online service like: http://www.webpagetest.org/ http://tools.pingdom.com/ https://gtmetrix.com/ https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/ For server/application you can try with one of this posible solutions: http://newrelic.com/php/joomla https://loadimpact.com/ Regards.


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"Lazy loading" may be what you are describing. There is a free Joomla extension, "Lazy Load for Joomla!" which helps with this but is more for images than modules.


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Neil's answer and the comments are good explanations. For testing, I recommend GTMetric.com as well. Specific to the site you mentioned, I have several YOOtheme template sites that I maintain. After a lot of testing, I have found it is faster to disable all the tools in WARP, and go with a 3rd party plugin like JCH Optimize. https://www.jch-optimize....


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There are many ways to improve performance but not all performance enhancements will be compatible with your website or hosting environment. The best approach is usually to try out different combinations of performance enhancements, find the best improvements and test everything is still working on your website. Minimising the number of third party ...


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You can also fine tune a lot with JCH Optimze Pro that will make a lot of improvement for speed. and also optimze your htaccess file for example with akeeba Admin Pro if you dont know how to optimimze your htaccess file for speed and security


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The question is, would JCC configured to remove all JS and CSS and load a single file can be faster/better than fine tuned JCH Optimize? This question can't be answered. Only if you do both and compare them you will know. But in theory, the scenario you described above does make sense, and in many cases I go a similar way for speed optimization. What and ...


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when i was uninstalling the jCGcache plugin, i saw "System - Page Cache" i enabled it and BOOM, Problem solved. server response time improved 2 seconds, and now it's under one second. THANKS TO Neil Robertson FOR HELPING AND TELLING ME ABOUT CACHING.


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