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Make fewer HTTP requests

  • flekvtah

    @flekvtah

    Hi, I am having some trouble figuring out what settings I should use. I have the plug in installed but when I run YSlow I get an F on http requests.

    Grade F on Make fewer HTTP requests
    This page has 22 external Javascript scripts. Try combining them into one.
    This page has 15 external stylesheets. Try combining them into one.
    This page has 15 external background images. Try combining them with CSS sprites.

    Can someone help me figure out what settings will help with these areas.
    I would really appreciate the help.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/w3-total-cache/

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  • bheadrick

    @bheadrick

    enable minify.

    You might need to include the scripts manually to make sure they work.
    css will usually combine and minify with no issues
    There’s nothing automatic to combine images into sprites (there are things that claim to do this, but aren’t reliable). Your best bet in that arena is to create your sprites manually

    flekvtah

    @flekvtah

    Thanks for the reply. I will try that later today.

    Not sure if this next comment should be a different topic but it does relate to the W3 Total Cahce plug in. Having some buggy issues where I log in but do not see the wordpress bar at the top of the page and don’t have an edit button on the page.

    Looks like I need to access things from the back end. This is not an ideal situation.
    Any thoughts on that.

    bheadrick

    @bheadrick

    sounds like maybe an issue with cookies or your cookiedomain is improperly set. I’ve seen that problem occasionally, but it didn’t persist long enough to troubleshoot.

    flekvtah

    @flekvtah

    My cookie domain? I don’t even know what that is.

    Interesting though. I was on a chat with the host yesterday afternoon because I had gotten a database error. I think now that is was because things were in motion – so to speak.

    Anyway she told me it looked normal on her end and she could see the toolbar.

    This morning I cleared my browsing data and deleted my cookies and still no bar. Is there something else I should be doing to my browser?

    bheadrick

    @bheadrick

    if it is a browser problem, try a different browser (other than IE) if you normally use chrome, use FF and vice versa.

    if it’s fine for someone else, that does point to a local issue.

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