I'm getting horrible connection quality from Hong Kong. All pings are timed out, and here's my traceroute: http://pastebin.com/pv0mU23H
The connection quality is preventing me from answering questions efficiently.
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I can redesign the site, but I think it's a little too much of work. Plus I need to read the whole CSS and HTML (also the programs) to proceed which is a lot of work.
@Falco276 Hong Kong, as I stated in the question. ;)
@ParthKohli I will start debugging the site to see whether the problem is the site's design, the network in between or generally just me.
ah okay, I see now.
I think it's the design which is really heavyweight. We need something very simple and soothing, unlike the usual forums.
Consider the design of this kind:
It's neither too dynamic nor too shabby.
looks complicated. (to me.)
@Preetha What do you think?
@ParthKohli I'm not familiar with the Lift framework and I haven't dug into the scripts and CSSes, so I can't comment, but Lift is supposed to be a high-performance framework, which is making me think that it's the server or the network.
Use "Inspect Element".
@ParthKohli I'm using Google PageSpeed for this purpose.
Here are two problems I've found so far:
1. Webpages are not gzipped. It will save 1MB of data that needs to be sent.
Tyteen and Parth, thanks for your help. Any insight would be appreciated! I love wunderteens!
@tyteen4a03 I agree with 2. I tried out turning on my firewall and it had me accept way too many elements on the page.