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Faster loading web pages - are critical to keep visitors...
You have probably heard that your web page must load in so many seconds, if you are to engage with potential visitors to your site. But sadly broadband speeds are rarely the headline advertised rate, and for most of us we wish that page might load a little quicker.
Part of the time taken for a web page to appear on your screen is the time it takes your browser to assemble the gobbledy gook which creates a web page in to something sensible.
It is suggested that Google Chrome is fastest at performing this task. Whilst many people have downloaded Chrome many people stick to dear Internet Explorer to view their web pages.
Enabling the Web Kit Rendering Edge
Not to be defeated the engineers at Google have come up with a way of making Internet Explorer work faster, namely by enabling it to use the Web Kit Rendering Engine. In motoring terms Google have found a way of Turbo Charging Internet Explorer - the benefit is faster loading pages, and more functionality for your web pages.
Because Website-Doctor is not only about building pages which require the minimal amount of code to create the pages, but about making them fast loading, this site and future Website-Doctor websites will be published with this feature built in.
The magic for those which are wondering how this is achieved requires Google Chrome be installed firstly and then for the page to have this code in the header section or for pages built in XHTML.
Whilst Google does suggest that web pages send the user off to install Chrome in reality - no-one will come back to your site, but many of the more savvy website users have downloaded Chrome, and more and more are likely to do so in the future.
A successful website is also about technology not just marketing know how for more information please do get in touch.
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