Web site performance matters, and there are great (and free!) tools that you can use to benchmark your web site performance. Here are three tools that you can use to make sure your website runs as fast as possible.
Are you tired of Google PageSpeed Insights nagging about image optimization? Those days are over now. We have just updated Innota and we've optimized our image optimization process.
Like we said last week in our blog post we've been working on some cool new features. We have just updated Innota and now inlining CSS is as easy as it gets.
Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP for short) is basically just HTML that's designed to render fast. In a nutshell, the AMP project takes some of the best practices for creating fast web pages and turns them into mandatory requirements.
Innota and AMP HTML go very well together. We're also adding some new features into Innota to make it even easier to create web pages that render fast.
This is the third part in a three-part series. We've already described how we make content as small as possible and how we utilize a global content delivery network. It's time to concentrate on caching.
This is the second part in a three-part series where we describe some of the techniques used in Innota to make it so fast. This time we concentrate on delivering the content and how we are able to serve thousands of visitors from all around the world.
Creating exceptionally fast web sites has never been easier than it is with Innota. Here's a (slightly technical) explanation how we manage to deliver sites so fast to audiences scattered all around the globe.
Innota is a completely rethought blogging platform. It's a combination of speed, reliability, ease of use and affordability. And it's just plain awesome. Here's why we made it and what we think is wrong with existing solutions.