By Michael Kummer+
It seems like the H1 tag in the Pagelines 5 framework is missing the entry-title tag. Google Search Console complains about that and it seems like it needs to be fixed in the theme. Based on another thread, this looks like a known issue but I haven't seen any updates from the framework team.
Any indication of what the status on this issue is?
The site in question that I have that issue with is michaelkummer.com.
Whenever I try to use the maps section the map doesn't display and the console throws a MissingKeyMapError.
I noticed that the cached version of the website from a Google SERP has broken CSS:
Any idea why? The site looks fine elsewhere.
Also, when using the Web Developer Toolbar in Mozilla Firefox, there are a BUNCH of warnings regarding CSS. I'm wondering that's the problem with the Google cache.
In a prior post, I had experienced similar "breaking" of the CSS, but that was due to some errors in DNS. I thought we resolved all of that, so this perplexes me.
Hi, I've noticed that some of the biggest culprits slowing down my website, at least according to tools.pingdom.com 's waterfall, are font issues related to Open Sans and Lato, and fontawesome in DMS. I am curious if you all have any ideas of how to lessen the footprint of the font issues. I am wondering if there are settings that should be enabled (or disabled), plugins or other pagelines products that help with this issue, etc. Thanks in advance for any ideas you may have. Background follows--
I have chosen Open Sans and Lato as primary and secondary text. I also notice font issues when looking at google page speed insights. For example, google pagespeed insights asks me to optimize CSS delivery of the following
http://fonts.googleapis.com/…A400%2C300%2C600%2C800%7CLato&ver=28fb75 http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Open+Sans:400,300,600,800 http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Cardo
Also, tools.pingdom.com 's waterfall usually shows that this takes some time to load--
Any ideas of what to do to lessen footprint?