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  • Hi @tom9000,

    Within Hummingbirds Asset Optimization you can find the files mentioned in the error and toggle the Move to Footer & Defer options. I see you’re using Autoptimize as well as Hummingbird – it’s not recommended using multiple performance plugins as it can cause conflicts.

    Kind Regards,
    Calum

    Thread Starter tom9000

    (@tom9000)

    thx Calum for fast answere
    in Asset Optimization i have 97 Asset
    i realy do not know how find the correct one

    and i need delete Autoptimize?

    Thread Starter tom9000

    (@tom9000)

    for example this ize_6cdc1d85f07ca81c37f1eeeec45171c0.css
    i can not find the name in Asset Optimization

    i rly dont know how to find

    Thread Starter tom9000

    (@tom9000)

    i removed Autoptimize and my score went from 91 to 71 🙁
    guess this was bad idea

    Hi @tom9000,

    You will see that the source of that file is located in an Autoptimize directory, Hummingbird won’t find this file.
    Your performance drop is likely to be due to having those files compressed. You can turn on compression within Hummingbirds Asset Optimization too. Once you’ve configured all your files you should see your performance score return to normal. You will also then be able to properly defer and load the recommended files in the footer.

    Cheers,
    Calum

    Thread Starter tom9000

    (@tom9000)

    ok i tryed but Hummingbirds Asset Optimization tell me “This file is already compressed” and i can not press the button…

    Hi @tom9000,

    If that is the case then the file is already compressed and doesn’t need to be compressed again. Some files (usually with .min in their filename) are already compressed and nothing further will happen by recompressing them.

    Kind Regards,
    Calum

    Thread Starter tom9000

    (@tom9000)

    ok plz look for example i want fix this error
    http://prntscr.com/lcvnsm

    Hummingbirds Asset Optimization shows me
    http://prntscr.com/lcvo66

    so what can i do?

    Hi @tom9000,

    My Deutsche isn’t the best :), but from what I can tell it’s telling you to remove the render blocking resources from above the fold. You will notice there are two other options available in your screenshot https://prnt.sc/lcvo66 try moving the resource to the footer and deferring. This should help with this error.
    Also a piece of advice, only make changes to one file at a time and then check your front end to make sure it hasn’t broken anything, some files won’t handle being moved.

    Cheers,
    Calum

    Thread Starter tom9000

    (@tom9000)

    look i pressed this 3 buttons but nothing
    http://prntscr.com/lcvr7r
    plz tell me what to do oO

    there now 40 errors , crazy thing if i aktivate Autoptimize 37 are gone without doing anything

    It looks like you’re using Page Caching, while you’re making changes please turn off Page Caching or else it will serve a cached version of the page without the changes in effect.
    Also when making changes to the files in Asset Optimization are you making sure you save those changes by clicking the Publish Changes button at the bottom?

    Cheers,
    Calum

    Thread Starter tom9000

    (@tom9000)

    ok thx, i turn off Page Caching
    now i was able to remove about 20 problems in .js
    but .js still have this 6 http://prntscr.com/lcw6l7
    i can not find 5 of them at all, and the other 1 http://prntscr.com/lcw7bb

    what i do to fix this 6 … rly hard work 🙂

    Thread Starter tom9000

    (@tom9000)

    anyone can help 🙁

    Plugin Author Anton Vanyukov

    (@vanyukov)

    @tom9000,

    To find the files, just open them through the source code or via the browser console and at the top of the file you will see an asset handle that corresponds to the file name in the Asset Optimization module. After that, as Calum suggested, defer loading each file and verify that it doesn’t break anything. This is an advanced feature, and requires some tuning to get the desired results, but it’s possible to reach better scores, when configured properly. Unfortunately, there isn’t a “one solution fits all”, you just need to experiment with the settings and find the best combination that works on your setup.

    Best regards,
    Anton

    Thread Starter tom9000

    (@tom9000)

    thx Anton for repley
    look for example google.com/speed/pagespeed show me this problem
    [img]https://image.ibb.co/jxhfYL/Screenshot-76.png[/img]

    now i open via the browser console and search it
    [img]https://preview.ibb.co/jWWcf0/index.png[/img]

    can u plz tell me what do next?

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