Hi, I have an issue and searching google is not helping. On a website we have created, some of the pages have about 50 graphics on each page and it means even with a fast internet connection it takes 15+ seconds to load those pages.
Using the page speed add-in with firebug it strongly suggests I spread those images around to 2-4 additional domains, as the pages will load much faster if all these image files are not all coming from the same domain.
Sounds easy enough. However, I don't have any idea in dreamweaver cs3 how to easily tell dreamweaver that the files are different places without manually typing in the path and filename.
In other words, right now to add an image to a page, I go to the properties part of the window, below the wysiwyg and code sections, and drag the bullseye to the files list on the right, to the image file, which is always inside the images folder or a subfolder there under the site root. That assumes all the images are on the same website.
Is it possible to do the same thing simply and easily if they are on another domain? Like maybe have other domains folders listed under that site?
And then when I hit publish or send to have the right files sent to the right domains?
Your thoughts on this would be appreciated.