Post count: 32jkapelDecember 15, 2014 at 4:27 pm #7668
I inspected all elements and I find that almost all of them are created by the theme and the jkreativ plugin.
How do we solve this? It is important for page performance, and right now it is one of the major drawbacks for the website’s performance.
I tried using various plug-ins that do combine js and/or send scripts to footer. All of them failed, no matter what combinations I tried to exclude certain scripts from combining. The website was always broken.
Now, what they say in all documentation of these plug-ins is that for them to work, the theme must allow this : wp_enqueue_scripts correctly.
So the question is, does jkreativ utilize wp_enque_scripts or not? Do you have any other suggestions?
thank youPost count: 2751JegbagusDecember 18, 2014 at 1:50 am #7732
Thank youPost count: 32jkapelDecember 18, 2014 at 8:37 am #7739
Yes, after trying various plugins that failed, I finally found a plugin that managed to do this successful.
Resolved.Post count: 4ealdrichDecember 18, 2014 at 8:27 pm #7745
What plugin did you find that eventually worked?Post count: 32jkapelDecember 19, 2014 at 8:42 am #7762
the plugin that finally worked is W3 Total Cache. The improvement was very big. But it does not do it automaticaly, well at least in my case it did not.
When you first install it, it gives the options to set all configuration to auto and default. But many times, that doesn’t work, so you have to turn it to manual settings and configure it yourself.
It took me 2-3 days of work, all day long, trying and testing one by one each script. Some times, it gave me a broken website or caused some functionality to be lost, but you can easily remove any script from the configuration or change the sequence, move it up or down, until you make it work. It is a trial end error process.
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