First off a compliment, I had already sent this image as email, but for everyone:
Formidable impact of activating w3tc with the right settings, huh?
Now my support question, to anyone having experienced the same and (hopefully) having found a solution?
>>> On the site I am speaking of, we are not using w3tc minify, none of it, but in every test (gtmetrix as an example) the same 5 “bad requests” show up, to files that don’t even exist:
Clearly they originate from the time when we tested the impact of all sorts of different settings (and not only w3tc), at which we did test w3tc minify as well, yes. We have to do extensive testing, we make a living from making wordpress websites fast. But normally at the end of testing all old links to files get deleted. These ones though we cannot find where/when/by what they are called such that speed tests (and console/network) show them despite non-existent.
It is clear to me that the files belonged to w3tc earlier. But countless cache purges later, and the links still exist somewhere. We even re-installed w3tc, but no luck.
Does anyone have experience why, or how to get rid of them?
Again, the files do not exist, no, there is not even a minify folder anymore as we figured we don’t need that.
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