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    Default Any suggestion in my Magento site? It's too slow

    I've been installing a magento site at this adress www.muhato.com, I want to make it a selling shoe site. And this website is hosting in siteground hosting, which advertised as hosting especially for Magento framework. However, I've been trying to use caching with Magento Booster, Content delivery network, caching in the site and the site is still too slow with me. I'm a WordPess user and very new to Magento, so could you guys check my site and suggest me any tips to improve my site speed. Thanks in advanced.

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    It look like you didn't install any full page cache. Anyway, I see your site is working well here.

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    Hello Son Tung,

    Please, check here few Magento SEO tips for your website better performance. Also, check some important extensions for your Magento store & make your website better than others. I recommend you to check the Price Bargain Extension first. This extension helps you to grab more customers on the store.

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    You may look at my tutorial with some more task to improve your site speed :
    Take it easy by following these steps to Speed up Magento. We are pretty sure you will be happy with the result.

    1.Copy HTTP Request by Expires Headers
    2.Reduce the file size of images to be uploaded
    3.Turn off unnecessary modules
    4.Utilize Magento Compilation
    5.Enable Fat Catalog in Admin panel
    6.Enable Merge CSS and JS
    7.Clean Database Log
    For Details : How to optimize Magento site

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    Great tips by everyone else. A few people have already mentioned optimizing file size of images.

    FYI, there are plugins that will do this for you automatically.

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    If you are a Magento user then you can reduce the loading time by using the following format>> - To decrease the page load time: Go to System > Configuration > Catalog > Frontend- Set Use Flat Catalog Category & Use Flat Catalog Product to Yes Name:  14.jpg
Views: 58
Size:  10.0 KB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Johns View Post
    If you are a Magento user then you can reduce the loading time by using the following format>> - To decrease the page load time: Go to System > Configuration > Catalog > Frontend- Set Use Flat Catalog Category & Use Flat Catalog Product to Yes Name:  14.jpg
Views: 58
Size:  10.0 KB
    Great Albert

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    Howdy

    You could install pagespeed mod on your server.... Thats if you have a VPS i have been able to shave nearly 35% of download file just by a few simple tweaks

    https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/module

    Also took a quick look at your waterfall... its taking awhile with 185 files to download that's a bit mental! downloading 4.5mb to with my own sites I kick up a right shit if the designer lets the files get over 35 files if your designer did that on my site he wld be sacked!

    http://empirefancydress.co.uk/
    http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/#!/DzRe...cydress.co.uk/

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    Son Tung

    As we see you have some problems with this website.

    It is still slow and the layout displays incorrect for us.

    Is it still a working variant of your website or you refused to use it.

    Best regards, Alt-team.

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    Son,

    caching is not equal to perfomance.

    you might want to use profiler to find out what takes precious seconds.

    i do magento speed ups on regular basis - http://www.goivvy.com/speed-up-magen...ation-services - my prices are quite low

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    Here is the speed test http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/#!/fagy...ww.muhato.com/

    30s is time load. very slow.

    - Pickup a Speed up Magento service: they can optimize your code, error in log, js, css, missed images ....
    - Install Full page cache if not.
    - Merage CSS, JS
    - Use Flat Catalog
    - Optimize .htaccess file (etag, cache ...)

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