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Build Faster Websites with Craft CMS Template Caching

Just as you can cache static assets (images, JavaScript, CSS, etc.), you can cache the HTML output itself, or chunks of the HTML output. This is particularly useful when a portion of your Twig template relies on multiple database queries to render.

Instead of requesting content from the database every time the page loads, you can store the resultant HTML output once and simply fetch it on subsequent page loads.

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Visitors Need to Enjoy Using Your Website

If people enjoy using your website, they'll stay longer and come more often.

The more time they spend with you, the closer they'll get to buying from you (or the more they'll do whatever it is you want them to do).

Enjoyable digital experiences require speed, accessibility, and good design, in that order.

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An Introduction to HTML5's localStorage

Did you know that localStorage works as far back as Internet Explorer 8? There's no good reason to not be using it! Let's start out by saving a very simple piece of information to local storage.

Let's start out by saving a very simple piece of information to local storage, like so...

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