While trying to speed-up the site by turning on caching and some optimisations, I've ran into a problem with the Deco theme used on the site. Apparently, when CSS optimisation is turned on, it all gets messed-up (most notably the fonts don't look right). After checking out the <a href="http://drupal.org">Drupal</a> site, I've ran into two useful links, <a href="http://drupal.org/node/317059">http://drupal.org/node/317059</a>, and <a href="http://drupal.org/node/317059">http://drupal.org/node/317059</a>. So, basically I did what they suggested, turned on CSS optimisation, cleared the cache, and voila - it all works now.
Now, it may not be a huge improvement in speed, but at least now only two http requests are sent for the CSS files, instead of something like 6-7 before. For those who can't divide, that's 3-3.5 times less http requests getting sent at my server.
Update (2009-10-09 00:29):
Well, I <em>thought</em> I had solved it, but another issue appeared. This time it looks to be related with paths to images. I'll need to look into this some more.
Any progress on this issue?
Branko Majic on #
Actually, I've managed to solve the issue at hand. You can see the problem solution within <a href="http://majic.rs/node/23">this</a> post.