If you have a Drupal 7.37 site, say the site of your own business... The site is kinda light by nature; no customization (Except for CSS), mainly conventional modules, and very few modules anyhow, Minimalist theme...

Let's also assume your PSI speed test score is about 72% and you want to hasten your site a bit and read some recommendations of using AdvAgg to achieve this.

You have installed the module but what do you do now? What are the best configuration options for site as the one I described? I couldn't found a User-friendly manual (not programmer-friendly but user-friendly in general) anywhere in the net, moreover, none of the Youtube videos I found deals specifically with the module, but rather just review it along with other modules like Cache expiration & Purge... So my problem is basically lack of suitable literature...

Does someone want to detail a bit, in a rather simple, stepped, recipe-like way, what and why should be done with this very interesting and majestic module?

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    This isn't the right place to get documentation written, so this is almost certainly going to be considered too broad and eventually closed. Perhaps you could make your question more specific; where exactly are you stuck in terms of configuring the module? What are you seeing that doesn't make sense? – Clive Jun 9 '15 at 11:59
  • Every site is different. Here's an issue for d.o on configuring advagg to make the front end faster drupal.org/node/2493801 – mikeytown2 Jun 9 '15 at 15:20
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    This is the best configuration which I am following [Link][1] [1]: drupal.stackexchange.com/questions/107311/… – Firoz Sabaliya Jun 10 '15 at 7:11

You need to configure the module.

  1. First you have to configure the Performance setting.

Goto Admin -> Configuration -> Performance & configure.

  1. Goto Advanced CSS/JS Aggregation module configuration & configure.

I have refer you to some links below based on configuration of above :

  • What are the do\don't-do's? about setting Configuration -> Performance, before Advagg installation? I'll now read the links you gave. – JohnDoea Jun 9 '15 at 12:16

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