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  • Resolved imtino

    (@imtino)


    I already have the cache locally setting on. I am having issue with optimizing those images. Is that something I can fix?

    Report from Pagespeed:

    Optimize images
    Properly formatting and compressing images can save many bytes of data.
    Optimize the following images to reduce their size by 10.2KiB (12% reduction).
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  • Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    LYTE just downloads the thumbnails as is from youtube and stores them without any opitmization. but some image optimizing plugins allow you to add directories that contain to-be-optimized images, so if you have one of those you could add wp-content/cache/lyteThumbs/ and automatically optimize the local thumbnails?

    hope this helps,
    frank

    Awesome. Thank you.

    By the way, do you know any good lazy load plugin for images that work well with Autoptimize and LYTE? Any recommendations?

    How long does those images stay in the wp-content/cache/lyteThumbs/ directory? Can I manually optimized and upload it back in?

    Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    well, LYTE’s images are loaded after DomContentLoaded + 750ms or at document load time (whichever comes first), so lazy-loading them would not yield a lot of performance-advantage.

    with regards to lazyloading; I might add it to AO proper in 2.5 (it’s on my wishlist anyway), but until that happens you could try https://wordpress.org/plugins/rocket-lazy-load/ (haven’t tried it myself yet though)?

    frank

    Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    How long does those images stay in the wp-content/cache/lyteThumbs/ directory?

    until they are removed by someone (or something; wp super cache in some cases clears wp-content/cache entirely)

    Can I manually optimized and upload it back in?

    yes, that should work. just be sure to keep the filename identical 🙂

    Wow, can wait for AO 2.5 with lazy load. I prefer to wait for it then to add another plugin on my WordPress install. Plus, if it built-in then there’s no conflict.

    Thanks again. You’re the best!

    Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    can wait for AO 2.5 with lazy load.

    you *could* wait, but 2.4 is yet to be released and work on 2.5 has not even started yet, I don’t have an ETA, but I’m pretty sure it won’t be released before end of this year/ early next year 🙂

    That does sound like a long wait. Maybe I will have to rethink it. hehe

    By the way, AO already doing amazing job. I can’t imagine what else you can improve but of course there’s also room for improvement. I hope AO remain clean, lightweight and no bloat.

    I love AO. All my WordPress has it installed.

    I’ve dropped a lot of useful plugins over the years because they have became more and more bloated.

    I am on my next dropped Yoast SEO, too many stuff on that plugin.

    On the subject of Lazy Load, what’s your opinion on the SEO affect of it? I’ve read so many opinions. I think Google is smart enough now but what you do think?

    Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    well, you can read all about -and how to test- 2.4 here.

    2.5 might have lazy load, might have automated critical CSS injection (based on https://wordpress.org/plugins/autoptimize-criticalcss/), might have HTTP/2 push, … lots to pick from 🙂

    Looking good. I will test it out.

    As for 2.5, I am all for it. HTTP/2 not much matter because I did that through server side already. Lazy load and automated critical CSS is a much have, will makes life so much easier.

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