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Adding a techfeatured flag to allow two lists of posts on the home page

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DuncanmaMSFT committed Feb 11, 2020
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@@ -8,4 +8,5 @@ images:
- /images/path.jpg
description: short description suitable for twitter and SEO
featured: true
techfeatured: false
---
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ tags:
images:
- /images/azurecdn/custom-rule-list.png
description: As part of running my new Azure based static website, I used custom Azure CDN rules to redirect http to https, add a HSTS header and many other tweaks.
featured: true
techfeatured: true
---
As I've already written about, I recently [moved my site from WordPress to being statically generated]({{< relref "new-blog-performance.md" >}}) using [Hugo](https://gohugo.io). As part of that change, I also moved off of my current hosting provider and starting running my site directly from Microsoft Azure. All of the content for the site (HTML, CSS, JavaScript and images) is generated and then pushed into Azure blob storage to be used as part of an [Azure static website](https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/blobs/storage-blob-static-website). When you setup a static website, you get a URL that you can use to directly hit your content, but to provide better performance (especially across many locations) I decided to put a CDN in front of the direct website URL.

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images:
- /images/performance/Baseline_New_Waterfall.png
summary: Moving my Google fonts local seemed to be one of the remaining
techfeatured: true
---

As you may have read, [I've been trying to improve the performance of my site]({{< relref "new-blog-performance.md" >}}) and I have gotten it to a pretty low set of #s, but one possible area for improvement has always been in my use of external fonts.
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ tags:
- Blogging
- Coding
- Performance
featured: true
techfeatured: true
images:
- /images/performance/Baseline_New_Waterfall.png
summary: Once I had it up and running, I decided to evaluate the performance compared to the old site and then spend some time trying to make it as fast as I could.

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