Advanced HTML Optimizer is intended for HTML documents optimizing, resulting in shorter downloading / uploading time. Pages will appear in client's Internet browser in exactly the same way, but they will be about 20% smaller.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:05
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Description: Advanced HTML Optimizer is intended for HTML documents optimizing, resulting in shorter downloading / uploading time. Pages will appear in client's Internet browser in exactly the same way, but they will be about 20% smaller.
Its main function is to save space on your web pages by removing unnecessary characters and tags. Though the saving percentage may seem small, load time savings is much higher as your client's Internet browser parses the pages more efficient.
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It will help you to make site traffic more effective and cheaper and to lower disk space usage. Also Advanced HTML Optimizer makes HTML code unreadable for users that are going to steal your own HTML techniques.
Speed up your site by optimizing your HTML files! A must-have for Webmasters!
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