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Toronto Tech Wrap-Up Party 2013 (Charity Event Supported by DUGTO)
December Meetup: Case Studies
I am developing a new site and was curious, if there is a way for the automatized formatting of the page code to index/no-index.
Currently, Google crawls all pages from my site, but I have the taxonomy for the navigation finished, but I have no content there yet. It hurts my potential future ranking as Google Panda/Penguin will rank many pages as "pages with no content".
Is there a way to set taxonomy pages as "NoIndex, Follow"?
We are looking for a Drupal engineer to review an existing site and offer performance and scalability recommendations to improve site performance.
The existing architecture includes Drupal 6, pound load balancing, MySQL database, memcache and APC. Existing site traffic levels include: 1.5-1.75 million pages, 10-15 million hits and 140-150GB bandwidth per month. Further details to be provided upon request.
The candidate should have a proven track record in this area and be able to furnish references upon request.
NOTE: We currently have a handful of Drupal sites we're building and supporting, and many more hand-coded sites which will need to get converted to Drupal. We are looking for someone with exposure to Drupal who can help set a good example of best practices, and establish a developer workflow that will enable us to churn out new websites at a breakneck pace.
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NYTimes.com has a very interesting article about misuse of SEO techniques and Google's response.
We are working on a site whose pages are taking 17 seconds to load when it is not cached. What you see here is CCK content types like Book, Video, etc. in Block Views, which are then used in Mini Panels. These Mini Panels are joined together to create widgets. We are showing three nodes at a time for each content type - Still loading 12 different content types requires a large number of SQL queries.Read more
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I recently converted a somewhat big site to Drupal 6.
We currently have:
~13,000 registered users, usually anywhere from 50 - 100 online at a time.
I'm running on a VPS with 4gb ram, 200 gb disk space.
I have drupal page compression enabled, optimize css and js enabled.
My host has installed xcache for me.
I really love the drupal framework but my users are very displeased at my current speeds.
Some of the complaints I have received are:
"Speed- slooooooooooow. Agonizingly slooooooooow. 20+ seconds per click."Read more
I'd like to introduce a new module: ImageAPI Optimize. This is a "virtual toolkit", that means it does exactly what GD or Imagemagick toolkit (your choice!) does, and it optimizes the output.
This module does requires (optionally) some external commands.
All suggestions are welcome!
I have a website with 100k Visitors/Day , I am a newbie in Php and Servers, when a downtime occurs managed hosting guy was resetting the server and I was optimizing the databases and I was optimizing the DB everyday and I was fine.
But this week site became to crash twice a day. And Reboot/optimize only works for 5-6 hrs and it crashes again. My hosting guy said it is caused by cache_page table in mySQL and it gives ~300MiB overhead in 2hrs after mysql optimization. And he said its a wrong method to keep cache in database it causes this errors.Read more