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    (@helvetica123)


    hi, my mobile pagespeed is low when desktop score is 97.Why and how can I solve it?

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

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  • Autoptimize is causing an issue. See https://imgur.com/a/63hzZva for speed results.

    You also have an admin-ajax issue but I can’t tell from the speed report what is causing that. Possibly autoptimize, possibly another plugin or script.

    Start by disabling autoptimize or tweaking its options and see what happens.

    P.S. I used dareboost’s mobile speed test.

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by cavalierlife.

    AO’s JS file is 1MB uncompressed, which becomes 263KB compressed. Given the fact it comes with the “defer” flag it will load with low priority and when on mobile pushing 263KB through might indeed take a couple of seconds. trying to cut down on JS is always a good idea though šŸ˜‰

    Based on my reading of the GPSI results (67 on mobile is not that bad really), you should consider switching Autoptimize’s CSS configuration to “inline & defer” to make the CSS non-render blocking. There’s more info in the AO FAQ on this subject.

    Regarding that slowish admin-ajax.php call; that seems to be from the twitter feed you have in your website’s footer, guess that AJAX call has the server connect to twitter to fetch the latest tweets, this is bound to cost some time.

    hope this helps,
    frank (ao dev)

    @optimizingmatters
    Hi frank, thanks for your reply.I couldnt find the option you say

    you should consider switching Autoptimizeā€™s CSS configuration to ā€œinline & deferā€ to make the CSS non-render blocking

    here is my option page:

    https://i.ibb.co/dt2XYZx/screencapture-sac-ekimi-deniz-tasarim-site-wp-admin-options-general-php-2019-09-03-17-33-33.png

    Can you explain me?

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by helvetica123.

    well, under “CDN options” you’ll see “inline & defer CSS” and that is ticked now, so that’s a first step. next step is generating the critical CSS, see the AO FAQ for info on how/ where to do so.

    frank

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