How to Optimize DotNetNuke speed by improving page load, caching and use of CDN

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This is a real example of what can be done to get your sites running faster before upgrading the hardware. Starting point - this blog mattjura.com with following specification: Server: Microsoft Windows NT 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1, IIS/7.5, .Net 4.0 and SQL Server 2008 R2 Express edition, 2GB RAM, 1GHZ CPU – running multiple sites. DotNetNuke Stats before optimisation WebPageTest.org results: Load time: 5.546s, First byte 1.491s, Start render 3.675s, Requests 66, YSlow results: Overall performance score 70

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Setting DNN Blog Documentation

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The DotNetNuke Blog set of modules provide blogging functionality for your DotNetNuke website. Different modules in the package provide a variety of function. The Blog package provides each of your authorized users with their own blog. A blog is simply a set of posts grouped by author in order by date. Each blogger can have child blogs to divide that authors posts by subject. You can set up categories to organize posts by subject across

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