Following from the previous post: Speed up, compress and optimise WordPress using W3 Total Cache, I have also made the change to another site: http://mp3mp4guide.com and here are two comparison results:

Download Times from websiteoptimization.com BEFORE

Download Times from websiteoptimization.com BEFORE

Download Times from websiteoptimization.com AFTER

Download Times from websiteoptimization.com AFTER

 

Load Time test from pingdom.com BEFORE

Load Time test from pingdom.com BEFORE

 

Load Time test from pingdom.com AFTER

Load Time test from pingdom.com AFTER

These tests were done from: http://www.websiteoptimization.com/services/analyze/ and http://tools.pingdom.com/.

So, you can see that installing W3 Total Cache (and also configuring it), makes a big difference to the Load Times by compressing your .css and .js script files.

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