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A key factor in providing a good user experience, and a high ranking in Google Search is how long it takes your website to load.
Aside from delivering content to the end-user from closest point, which boosts speed, ArvanCloud's CDN uses an array of techniques to speed up your content and deliver quality user experience. You just need to activate and adjust Web Acceleration in our panel.
We use different methods to accelerate your website:
Whether it is your static content (images, audio and video files, JS and CSS files, fonts, applications or other stuff), or your dynamic pages, all can be cached on ArvanCloud's CDN according to your preferences.
You can define varied rules and settings for different contents, and even define which part of the URL will be used for identifying the content.
You can set rules for:
An outstanding feature in cache settings is that you can include cookie variables; for example, you can show the same page or URL differently to different users, based on cookies on their machines. You can also set it up in a way the expiration time of any cache is automatically taken from preferences put in HTTP headers. Also, you can set the whole cache or specific files and pages to be periodically push-updated on all edge servers.
By compressing your content we reduce data size and traffic, and therefore load-time for end-users. Besides general compression that dramatically reduces text content in size, there are other special compressions available:
HTTP Rewriting is done automatically and by simply activating it in the CDN panel. Comments, default attributes, and empty spaces are removed, colors are written in short, unnecessary quotations are corrected and in general the text gets smaller.
HTTP Rewriting works on the following file formats:
Image Format Optimization aims to cache your images on edge servers at smaller sizes, for them to load faster. We also take user’s browser in consideration; for instance, browsers like Firefox don't support WebP; in such cases the original JPEG file will be sent.
You can enable these reformatting options:
HTTP/2 is a revised and enhanced version of HTTP 1.1 that was derived from SPDY protocol developed by Google. As of September 2018, 30% of the world’s top 10 million websites support HTTP/2. Besides its security benefits, loading content through HTTP/2 is over 200% faster than its predecessor. On ArvanCloud’s CDN, this protocol is enabled with a single click, while older browsers will be still supported through HTTP 1.1.
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