A new version of Mavention SharePoint Assets Minifier with support for Visual Studio 2013 has been released.
We all want our website to be found on the Internet. We also know that web pages that are displayed high in search results are more likely to be clicked on. Because of this, website owners are continuously trying to improve their website so that Internet search engines will display them high in their search results.
Building search engines-optimized URLs is a craft. And although it has to be done manually for best results, it’s good to have a tool that can help you build a proper URL for your web content.
Minification is a well-known method for optimizing performance of public-facing websites. Unfortunately, often the process is tedious and disregarded. What if you could have SharePoint automatically minify your assets for you?
Enabling the Anonymous search results cache can help you improve the performance of your SharePoint 2013 public-facing website using the search-driven publishing model. So how do you ensure that your website is using the Anonymous search results cache?