Support » Plugin: PhastPress » Some difficulties with the optimization

  • Resolved snipsnip


    Hello Albert,

    Thank you for the plugin. I am building a Woocommerce grocery store website but I have some issues.

    I have small problems in GTMetrix, which I can’t figure how to fix:

    These are all the plugins that I am using:

    1. In W3 Total cache, I am using only Page caching and Browser caching, with Redis.

    2. I am using WEBP Express to show WEBP images. Maybe this causes some of the problems however, I have disabled it, cleared all caches and had very similar issues.

    3. Also, I am using Woodmart theme which has some optimizations in its settings:

    The theme has the function to clear some of its unused CSS, for different elements (based on my preferences) and generate new CSS

    4. I am using a free plan of Cloudflare. Under Speed tab, I have enabled only the Brotli compression and both, the minification options and rocket loader are disabled. I have no page rules and under the Caching tab, I Respect the existing headers and also using the Standard query strings option: Delivers a different resource each time the query string changes.

    Any help or suggestion would be awesome!

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

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  • Plugin Author Albert Peschar


    Здравей @snipsnip,

    You are using some plugin or scripts that add ?x64390 to all your resource URLs. You should remove this. This will fix these issues:

    • Serve resources from a consistent URL
    • Minimize redirects

    See this screenshot:

    After you’ve done that, let me know if you run into anything else.


    Thread Starter snipsnip


    Nice, thank you! Seems like I was using this option in W3 total cache:

    Prevent caching of objects after settings change
    Whenever settings are changed, a new query string will be generated and appended to objects allowing the new policy to be applied.

    Now the biggest issue is to figure out how to fix the “Serve scaled images” warning.

    Plugin Author Albert Peschar


    Hi @snipsnip,

    I’m glad you found the offending option.

    I wasn’t able to test your site again (it’s not publicly available anymore, I suppose), so I’m not able to check how those images are loaded. If you are using a <IMG> tag to load them, you can add width and height attributes, and PhastPress will automatically resize the images.

    PS: If PhastPress is working well for you, I’d much appreciate it if you left a review here.


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