Every website needs a webserver to power it, and most developers don't stop to think long about their choice - Apache1. However, here at Pinkston Digital, we use a different webserver on the websites we host: LiteSpeed.
This summer, I got to intern at Pinkston Digital, and I couldn't have had a better experience. During my internship, I helped carry a website from project start to launch, do various work on sites that we maintain, transfer sites to a new hosting server, and other miscellaneous tasks. Here are a few things I learned:
A modular approach to writing our CSS and Craft templates makes our projects easier to maintain, more stable, and less prone to errors.
Performance optimization is an increasingly important consideration for every web project. Here are the steps we've taken to improve performance in sites we've built using Craft.