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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How To Enable Google Analytics on a DotNetNuke Website?

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Google Analytics is one of those must-have tools when running a website.  The tasks of tracking traffic sources, browser versions, search terms, etc. are all made easy.  The developers of DotNetNuke have also made using Google Analytics on a DotNetNuke website simple. Installing Google Analytics in DotNetNuke is a fairly common request from many individuals and I know it can be a quite troubling question for most. The primary questions are how and where can

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