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SOLVED Which setup is fastest?

  • SOLVED Which setup is fastest?

    Posted 1 month 1 week ago
    • Hi

      I usually display content from gantry5 particle in one of these 3 ways:

      1) Menu set to Single Article - load gantry5 particle as module using {loadmodule}
      2) Menu set to Gantry 5 Themes » Custom Page - in outline I drag&drop particle - then I edit it
      3) Menu set to Gantry 5 Themes » Custom Page - use module instance/position particle to call it as module

      Do you know if there is any speed difference in following setups and if so which setup will make page load the fastest?

      Regards
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    Re: SOLVED Which setup is fastest?

    Posted 1 month 1 week ago
    • Fastest to slowest - 2,3,1

      Having said that, I doubt you would notice much "real-world" difference and there are better ways to "speed up" you page such as cahce, gzip, rokbooster etc.

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  • Re: SOLVED Which setup is fastest?

    Posted 1 month 1 week ago
    • Thanks for clarifying it Mark.

      Just one more question, does number of outlines effect the site in any way? Will site with 5 outlines perform faster than site with 20+ outlines?

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    Re: SOLVED Which setup is fastest?

    Posted 1 month 6 days ago
    • No, because you are only ever using one outline at a time when you render a page.

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