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  • Resolved roofer1982

    (@roofer1982)


    At first thank you for everything,

    I see a very big difference from the site when I am logged in and logged out. Is a total different site. When I am logged out the images loading more slower and a widget isn’t loading. When I am logged in the images loading very fast and the widget loading normally. The problem is that the most viewers of my site isn’t logged in and they see the bad side of my site.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Contributor Fred

    (@fredawd)

    Can you provide the page URL where this is happening? Which widget doesn´t load?

    roofer1982

    (@roofer1982)

    The problem happens in almost All Pages. I Send you the URL of the
    homepage.
    The URL is: https://lyrakismarkt.de/
    Also the widget is Called trustami and now the problem is only in desktop version. I exclude merge script at footer.php because the widget is there but it only shown at the mobile version. Finaly the widget shown at the desktop version only in my account page

    Plugin Contributor Fred

    (@fredawd)

    Start with (and check each time if that solve your issue after clearing cache).
    1.disabling Normalize Static Resources
    2 disabling merge Scripts
    3 disabling merge Styles
    4.disable Lazyload images

    also, did you set Auto Purge for Cloudflare in CDN tab?

    roofer1982

    (@roofer1982)

    First I have disabling Normalize Static Resources and lazyload images. I have enable auto purge for cloudlflare.

    And now I notice that when I disable mergescripts its ok.
    Can I solve the problem without disable merge scripts and exclude some scripts?

    Plugin Contributor Fred

    (@fredawd)

    Yes, If you want to keep merge Scripts enabled, you´ll need to find the conflicting file(s) and exclude those from combining.

    So you have to learn what elements to exclude. Merge can break certain things because the mechanism doesn’t always load them in the exact perfect order. You would have this problem with other merge plugins as well.

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