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  • Plugin Support qtwrk

    (@qtwrk)

    please check my screenshot

    https://prnt.sc/eMvlM4pmG91C

    Thread Starter JJulien

    (@scabuster)

    Thank you qtwrk for your screenshot. I’m sure you have a meaning here for me but don’t know what that is. If you have time please expand on what you were trying to show me with words. Here is a screenshot showing all 4 data links and their source links. https://serv1.dragndropz.com/user_images/2024_03_12/10580_BfjDYa_mw576.png

    Sincerely, JJ

    Plugin Support qtwrk

    (@qtwrk)

    em ? you said you don’t use any SVG , but from your wp-includes/css/dist/block-library/style.min.css there is a SVG

    Thread Starter JJulien

    (@scabuster)

    Hi. Thank you.
    In my wordpress’ media, all images are png. This is what I meant when I wrote that “I” am not using any svg images. Searching within phpMyAdmin, there aren’t any svg images, and there is only one reference to svg that is relevant, and its option_name is “litespeed.conf.media-placeholder_resp_svg”, and its option_value is “<svg xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/2000/svg”width=&#8221;{width}” height=”{height}” viewBox=”0 0 {width} {height}”><rectwidth=”100%” height=”100%” style=”fill:{color};fill-opacity: 0.1;”/>”. This is a generic w3 compliance and styling note. Without knowing any better this looks like there is a svg placeholder that’s part of the litespeed plugin. Would you know what this means?

    Also, in wp-includes/css/dist/block-library/style.min.css it looks like the svg is referencing a circle-mask and border-radius, so these are likely shading effects generated by the theme. There is also a .wp-block-navigation__submenu-icon, so it could be a theme icon as well. But, I am not using shading effects, and the above are referenced as supported, there are no links to real svg files, so there should be nothing to cache here. I’m wondering if litespeed is caching the support string thinking it’s an actual svg file. The only icon I am using is from Font Awesome which isn’t necessarily but can be svg. So, as far as I can see, the only relevant data link is to a single font awesome icon. Yet this still doesn’t explain a reason for all of the other data links I have.

    Your thoughts?

    Sincerely, JJ

    Thread Starter JJulien

    (@scabuster)

    Plugin Support qtwrk

    (@qtwrk)

    I see, that will show up if you enable Responsive Placeholder

    Thread Starter JJulien

    (@scabuster)

    Ok Thank You!
    I went into LSC and found Responsive Placeholder, and it was disabled, yet I know that I tried it in the past. And below it in the next field there is the string “<svg xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/2000/svg”width=&amp;…”.

    What I did next:
    I enabled Responsive Placeholder again. Cleared every cache. Ran Dr. Link Check again. The same info was there. I looked in phpMyAdmin, and searched for svg again, and this time there were more entries, 9. Then I disabled Responsive Placeholder, and cleared caches, and ran Dr. Link Check, and there were 6 entries (one more than original). I turned off LSC, deleted “litespeed.conf.media-placeholder_resp_svg” entry in phpMyAdmin, and turned LSC back on, and ran Dr. Link Check. Now I am back to the original 5, with “data:image/svg+xml;base64…”.

    1)
    Am I correct, that these long strings “data:image/svg+xml;base64,PHN2ZyB4bWxucz0ia…” were generated by LSC when I once turned on Responsive Placeholder? For example, LSC has generated a base64 for everything such as the svg icon packs in my theme?

    2)
    My concern for coming here is still the same, there are several ‘extra’ css generated when LSC is on, and I would like to remove these if they are not being used, ie if Responsive Placeholder is not ‘on’. I will attach an image in the next message, if possible.

    Sincerely, JJ


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    Thread Starter JJulien

    (@scabuster)

    Plugin Support qtwrk

    (@qtwrk)

    I don’t see anywhere else could generate such thing , what do you see if you disable plugin and run that test ?

    Thread Starter JJulien

    (@scabuster)

    Hi. Thank you for your reply.

    When I disable LSC, there are still 4 data links, but they are single links, not linked by the several other LSC css files.

    Here is a screenshot of LSC enabled, it shows the “and 5 more” which are mostly LSC css files. https://serv1.dragndropz.com/user_images/2024_03_16/10606_jMeb5V_mw585.jpg

    Here is a screenshot of LSC disabled, it shows single links. https://serv1.dragndropz.com/user_images/2024_03_16/10607_88be4B_mw586.jpg

    Here are the 4 original links, LSC disabled, before they become multiple LSC css links:
    1) /wp-includes/css/dist/block-library/style.min.css?ver=6.4.3
    2) /wp-content/themes/kadence/assets/css/global.min.css?ver=1.1.51
    3) /wp-content/themes/kadence/assets/css/woocommerce.min.css?ver=1.1.51
    4) /wp-content/themes/kadence/assets/css/woocommerce.min.css?ver=1.1.51

    Please let me know what else you need to see.

    Sincerely, JJ

    Plugin Support qtwrk

    (@qtwrk)

    that’s kind of normal , when you have some css , let’s say /wp-content/something/something/something.css , then you enable option CSS minify and/or CSS combine , then this file will be rewritten into /wp-content/litespeed/css/xxx.css

    just as your 2 screenshot demonstrates

    Thread Starter JJulien

    (@scabuster)

    Hello, and thank you. Let’s mark this ticket as closed.

    I can see that the multiple references to these css are merely global references. The multiple files generated by LSC are cache copies of files already in existence, yet this link checker did not show them on the surface until LSC was enabled.

    Sincerely, JJ

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