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  • Hi,

    First of all, i’m a print designer… not a webdevelopper 🙂

    I designed a wordpress here :

    After using w3 total cache (it’s an avada theme) the design was broken on some page, the admin bar disapeared (with basic setup), so i deceide to install quick cache. It seems to be more simple and user friendly, but my page speed grade is still slow…

    I enable gzip compression via a php.ini, it works but not as expected.
    Anyone as an idea of what’s wrong on it ? Conflict ? Conflict ?

    Greetings from france 🙂

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  • There are several factors you need to consider when like to optimize a site for page loading. You are using several of google fonts which have impact in page loading speed. Additionally, you have dumped large blocks of styles and scripts embedded directly which also impact for slow page loading. Your external styles and scripts files are not gizip enable. Finally it also depend on the selection of your hosting server.


    for the gzip, my host is 1&1.
    I tryed different things via htaccess, php.ini (ob_gzhandler, zlib=true, etc…). I see that the site is “gzip enable” on but on GTmetrix, the compression is just 14%…

    1&1 provides gzip compression, it’s a little bit difficult to understand for me :/

    For css and js files you need mod_deflate to be enabled by your hosting provider. At present page loading time is very crucial for getting good rank in google as well from the visitors side too.

    Currently, Most of the web hosting company have high charges while only a few of them provide support for mod_deflate compression. Be sure to ask regarding compression whenever you buy/change hosting.


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