Just for your own interest, read http://developer.yahoo.com/performance/rules.html
1.Function and Page Cache
3.Minimize JS Scripts
5.Reduce HTTP Request
6.Gzip for HTTP Compression
and you’ll have a decent speed up also though not neccessary
*Enabled Server Cache like Apache’s mod_expires not an IIS Fan boy so not sure what theirs is like.
Would be great if people knew how to do these especially enabling GZip compression on their shared hosting account.
Ps: would be nice if this Rich text editor could be swapped for plain text and enabled by user choice.