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 Server Side Optimization

Sitepoint tells us about web page server side optimization.

"The basic idea behind caching is simple: instead of wasting efforts by re-downloading a resource every time it is needed, keep a local copy, and reuse it for as long as it is still valid. The most common example of Web caching is the browser cache, which stores copies of images and other page objects on an end user's hard drive for repeated use."

 (Submitted by Noel Mon Mar 8, 2004 )


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