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How to Scale Up Your LearnDash Infrastructure


We’ve written in the past about popular hosting options for WordPress , so we’ll just start by saying that if you’re still in the “budget” realm, which is to say you’re running off a shared server, it’s time to upgrade. However, when making your choice, be sure to look at the server specifications. Virtual Private Server (VPS).

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What is a Content Authoring Tool and How to Choose the Best One?


Web-based authoring tools Web-based authoring tools are hosted on a web server and accessed through a web browser. Cloud-based authoring tools Cloud-based authoring tools are similar to web-based authoring tools but are hosted on a cloud server instead of a web server.


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How to Improve Your Higher Ed’s Website Efficiency

Think Orion

Optimized content often means smaller file sizes and efficient coding practices, contributing to faster page loading times. Follow these tips to boost higher education website speed and performance: Optimize images with reduced file sizes to improve page loading speed.

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7 Ways to Improve the Site Speed for Your Online Course


If you have a lot of CSS, HTML, and JavaScript files scattered around, it increases the number of HTTP requests needed to load your website. An HTTP request is any time your browser has to fetch a file from your web server. First of all, the file type you choose matters. But how do you do that?

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Web Performance Optimization: Speeding Up Your Website for Success

Hurix Digital

Time to first byte (TTFB) – This measures how long it takes for the server to return the first byte of content after a request is made. Optimize images – Images often make up most of a web page’s size. Compress and resize images to reduce file sizes. Lower TTFB indicates faster processing.

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Why your LMS is slow and what you can do about it

Plume - e-learning & learning management systems

Overloaded server: When too many users access the LMS simultaneously, the server can become overwhelmed and slow down. Unoptimised media files: Large files like images and videos can slow down your LMS if they are not optimised for web use. Best practices for maintaining a fast LMS: Regularly monitor server performance.

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Integrating SCORM Content into Open edX with SCORM XBlock


Access the server: Log in to your Open edX server using SSH. Some frequent problems include: SCORM Package Upload Failures: Issues with uploading SCORM packages can occur due to file size limitations, incorrect file formats, or corrupted packages. This requires administrative credentials.