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Images Folders And Page Load Times


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#1 websitebeginner

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Posted 05 February 2011 - 01:20 PM

Hello,

Let's say you have a website with some different categories. Maybe something like www.world-of-fruit.com And then you have different folders for the different page category sections: apples, oranges, lemons, etc.

So maybe a URL would look like this:

www.world-of-fruit.com/apples/macintosh

For the "macintosh" page, is it best for it to have its own images folder, or should it use the apples folder, or should it use the root-level world-of-fruit.com images folder?

I'm thinking in terms of fast-crawling, and fast user experience. i'm not sure which give the best overall performance.

I think it would be easier to maintain and update images if they were in less overall folders (sharing more folders between pages). But maybe that makes the performance slower since the computer has to search around to find the common folder it is looking for.

Thanks!

#2 Jill

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Posted 05 February 2011 - 02:26 PM

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I'm thinking in terms of fast-crawling, and fast user experience. i'm not sure which give the best overall performance.


It's all the same for crawling and users. Do it however you would like.




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