• Resolved catalintpopa

    (@catalintpopa)


    Hi team,

    I am getting very good results on desktop, close to max but only about 50% on mobile.
    The first and probably most important recommendation is to address this: preload Key Requests.

    “…awesome-5x/fa-solid-900.woff2(itlifeclub.com)
    5.880 ms
    …awesome-5x/fa-brands-400.woff2(itlifeclub.com)
    5.130 ms
    …awesome-5x/fa-regular-400.woff2(itlifeclub.com)
    5.130 ms”

    Is there a setting that I have missed?

    Thanks,

    Cata

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  • Thread Starter catalintpopa

    (@catalintpopa)

    For some reason it is now marked as passed audit but the score is the same and now pointing towards: eliminate blocking resources:

    Adresă URL
    Dimensiunea transferului
    Economii potențiale
    …eduma/home-frontend.css(itlifeclub.b-cdn.net)
    2,1 KiB
    780 ms
    …css/post-12.css(itlifeclub.b-cdn.net)
    1,5 KiB
    150 ms
    …hummingbird-assets/e448cda….css(itlifeclub.b-cdn.net)
    155,9 KiB
    750 ms
    …jquery/jquery.min.js(itlifeclub.b-cdn.net)
    32,8 KiB
    300 ms

    Basically, my question is: What is the best practice, settings or configurations to increase the score for mobile and hence reduce the loading time?

    Plugin Support Nithin – WPMU DEV Support

    (@wpmudevsupport11)

    Hi @catalintpopa,

    Please do note that Mobile in general will have a lower score compared to Desktop as the display size is smaller. It entirely depends upon the capability of the theme how much it can be optimized without breaking the theme layout, as the changes will also affect the Desktop.

    When I check the website via Google Page Speed, the primary factor for a low score in Moblie seems to point to “Reduce initial server response time”. Enabling Server-side cache should help with such cases. Bringing this to your Hosting provider attention would help.

    For the rest of the files listed in Google Page Speed ie for Unused CSS and render-blocking issues, I don’t see much of an improvement that could be done, as the plugin has already optimized the files to it’s optimal. However, if you haven’t tried the “Manual” mode in Asset Optimization, would recommend giving that a try and see whether it helps, however, it won’t bring any significant improvement as the files are already optimized.

    For Preload Key request, you can try the method mentioned in the following article to improve Preload key request for the respective files listed in the Google Page Speed result:
    https://www.stramaxon.com/2020/02/preload-key-requests-wordpress.html

    The code can be implemented as a mu-plugins. Please check this link on how to implement the above code as a mu-plugins:
    https://premium.wpmudev.org/docs/using-wordpress/installing-wordpress-plugins/#installing-mu-plugins

    Kind Regards,
    Nithin

    Plugin Support Nithin – WPMU DEV Support

    (@wpmudevsupport11)

    Hi @catalintpopa,

    Since we haven’t heard from you in a while, I’ll mark this thread as resolved for now. Please feel free to re-open the thread if you need further assistance.

    Best Regards
    Nithin

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