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Imagine browsing on a site that takes awfully long to load or shopping on a portal with links that lead to error reports. The natural reaction would be to jump to the next alternate site that serves your interest minus the technical glitches. A content management site is, therefore, not just about the content but about providing the customer a smooth web experience. A higher performing website also means better conversion rates. It is in this context that we discuss the various ways in which you could improve the performance of your Sitecore website.
Sitecore, as a CMS, is hugely popular due to its robust .NET architecture, powerful scalability, usability and integration with revenue-building resources. However, there are a few things that need to be taken care of in order to keep Sitecore at its best performing ability.
We can broadly define the factors that impact a website performance into three categories:
Let’s look at some measures that can ensure a glitch-free experience for the customer on a Sitecore site.
A common error is to set “compilation debug=true”. This triggers a set of actions that slow down the site. Codes may take longer than usual to get executed since the debugging paths have been enabled. A lot of memory gets consumed. Scripts and images are not cached.