To increase the website performance, one have to do the following,
1. Use properly optimized images. Because unoptimized images can slow down website speed by 90%. Avoid using large png, jpeg and gif image.
2. Enable HTTP compression on your webserver to reduce the size of the downloaded page, which significantly improves website load time.
3. Combine the related images to be downloaded into a small number of CSS sprites, which significantly reduce the number of HTTP request made during your page load.
4. Update the webserver to cache your images. ie, HTTP catching allows browser to store a copy of a image for a period of time to avoid reloading the same image on the subsequent pages.
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