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Joomla! User Group - Dallas / Fort Worth Message Board Web Hosting Discussion › GoDaddy versus Hostgator

GoDaddy versus Hostgator

A former member
Post #: 3
Uriel,

If we all put our different website addresses in the speed test website won't we be comparing apples to oranges as they have different templates, image sizes, page sizes, extensions, features, scripts, cache turned on or off, gzip compression on or off, use of CDN, etc....?

Wouldn't a better test be to have the exact same site on different hosting & then compare to see which server is faster so we are comparing apples to apples?

https://www.blamestel...­

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