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    Default Help with HTML Compressio

    Hi

    I put my site http://www.crsupportservices.co.uk on a few SEO page load checking site and they all have a common oppinion. "This site is to big and has a big HTML file size, compressin this file will reduce the size"

    Can I compress the HTML file size with NetObjects? does anyone know?

    Thanks in advance

    Myna
    http://www.crsupportservices.co.uk
    http://www.ndcleaningservices.co.uk
    Last edited by crss2011; 08-05-2011 at 02:57 PM.

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    The information here help me with my site. http://bacsoftwareconsulting.com/blo...website-speed/

    Hope it helps you too.
    Marie

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    Hi Myna

    None of your pages look too large, but as you have disabled right click (why?) I cannot look through your code to see if you have redundant stuff.

    Have you tried deleting all files from your server, optimising NoF, removing unused assets and doing a fresh publish?

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    I wouldn't worry - your total file size for your home page is 193k, and that includes all scripts and images. No problem at all for most people.
    Try looking at some other 'professional' sites and they'll probably be much larger....

    Your source code is bog standard NOF apart from your no-click and Google analytics

    Also... 'This Page is fully protected!
    It's not really - I wouldn't bother with no-click scripts.

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