Hi CrouchingBruin ~ Sigh. I know google indexes my site. I used to get nearly a thousand visitors a day. Now I get, with luck, 300 visitors a day. The thing is, the mobile part of my site appears not to be working. I get a really good score on the desktop version, and I get almost all my income from that. Whereas I used to get half or more from Mobile, and that was before I had a responsive site.
So, something's wrong... I did the things you suggested last time I asked about this ... I think I asked differently.
I have such a hard time seeing how to do the suggestions. I think it's because the whole time I could barely walk my thinking deteriorated. There's a link between exercise and a well functioning brain. So now, I have a really hard time keeping thoughts together. Sometimes even from the beginning of a sentence to the end of the same sentence. Sigh.
I'm much better and can begin to do the exercises that in the past helped, but... recovery is slow and I'd like to fix this now...
I've been more able to follow your directions that those of most other sources of help, that's why I asked again here.
This is what the Google analyzer suggests:
Your page has 11 blocking script resources and 2 blocking CSS resources. This causes a delay in rendering your page.
None of the above-the-fold content on your page could be rendered without waiting for the following resources to load. Try to defer or asynchronously load blocking resources, or inline the critical portions of those resources directly in the HTML.
Optimize CSS Delivery of the following:
It tells how to do it, but despite reading the instructions repeatedly, I can't work out what to do...
If the external scripts are small, you can include them directly into the HTML document. Inlining small files in this way allows the browser to proceed with rendering the page. For example, if the HTML document looks like this:
And the resource small.js is like this:
Then you can inline the script as follows:
This eliminates the external request for small.js by placing it inline in the HTML document.
<script async src="my.js">