Another solution to this problem is to use the new protocol from Google called SPDY. If you want to use Spdy, you will have to have an SSL certificate and serve pages using SSL. The big advantage of using SPDY, is that all the files of your webpage can be served simultaneously. SPDY does not work with every browser an can't be used on every server but (most of them) some do. Hopefully more servers and browser will support SPDY. First the clients that support SPDY today are: the newest versions of Firefox (11+) and Chrome (Chromium). So users using one of those two browser will benefit from SPDY. Second the servers that have SPDY modules are: Apache and Nginx, so around 70% of all servers. Apache 2.2 has a SPDY module and Nginx has a SPDY patch that is available for the 1.3 development branch.