WebWarper Site Optimizer aims to reduce the download time and data rate of the pages of your Web site via automatic dynamic compression of all Web pages using gzip. Compression speed is about 200-500 Kb/sec on Pentium-500 and tends to compress by 2-10 times. As most machines are bandwidth limited, not CPU limited, the decompression cost is amortized through the increased transfer rate. WebWarper Pro does not require any special software. It works on both Apache and MS IIS.
|Tags||Internet Web Site Management Dynamic Content|
Release Notes: This version is an almost complete rewrite. A Perl module containing a Perl implementation of the GZip algorithm is now included. This allows you to do without an installation of the Compress::Zlib library. Installation has been simplified. Most of the "redundant" HTML-code has been deleted, including comments, empty lines, and extra space characters. The price of a Web-Site-License has been lowered from $300 to $99.
Release Notes: Hard timeouts have been added when loading pages to siams.com; now the public WebWarper service refuses to compress sites if access speed from the siams.com server to them is too low (before that, WebWarper was only slowing access to sites, uselessly consuming substantial resources of the server). A number of inconsistencies have been fixed. In particular, during site acceleration using WebWarper Pro, addresses of the accelerated pages do start not with ...wwl.pl//... or ...wwl.pl?/..., but with ...wwl.pl/0/..., ...wwl.pl?0/..., because a pair of / symbols in an address can cause problems when registering in some search engines. Several new control variables were added in the wwcfg.pl configuration file: $wwBindAddress, $wwConnectionTimeout, $wwMinDownloadSpeed, $wwMinDownloadSizeForSpeedCalculation, $wwPostConnectionTimeout, and $wwPostMinDownloadSpeed. The WebWarper BIM utility did not change and kept the previous release number 2.005.
Release Notes: The public version of WebWarper now operates under control of mod_perl. This new variant of WebWarper uses port 3128. WebWarper BIM was updated to provide correct interaction with the new WebWarper. Some bugs have been corrected. New control variables $wwumask, $wwRequiredDomain, $wwRequiredPort, and $wwRequiredDir have been added in the configuration file.
Release Notes: The Demo version with restricted functionality for the commercial variant of AHP has appeared. The AHP Browser Integration Module (AHP BIM) has been improved; the automatic Web address correction mode has been implemented. A set of bugs has been corrected.