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JS query causing slow page speed performance
I've been struggling with optimizing my site speed for a few days. I ultimately moved from shared hosting to DV, and although I now have a lower google-pagespeed rating, my site is actually faster and much more responsive. Same thing on tools.pingdom.com, I went from a 91 to an 81, but the site is still faster than it was before.
Anyway, I found the DMS js scripts in the attached screenshot are slowing me down, is there anyway to suppress them? Are they necessary, can I remove them?
I could sacrifice the parallax and animations at least for speed if thats the case, but I'm sure theres a way to keep all these and optimize the performance.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Site in question is: designsqr.com
DMS sessions draining CPU?
While a had a webpage open to edit in DMS (in a Chrome tab), I noticed that this Chrome tab kept drawing 5%-7% of the CPU power (i7 processor). Even though I hadn't been on that tab for more than a day.
Is that a known issue? Is there any way to work around this problem?
Loading JS at the end of the page
I have a slowness problem in one of my websites (http://heseg.com), and I am trying to better the speed.
I am using a child theme with costume sections and I am importing those assets in the function section_head() method.
Is there a way to move the JS imports to the bottom of the page to prevent a delay in the page upload?
How i can increase performance of my site with pagelines?
Compiled CSS - Sections of "Pagelines" if inactive, could not be compiled.
I have disable some sections of Pagelines, but they continue with yours ".LESS" being compiled.
For example, I have disabled Comments, Callout, Nav Classic, TwitterBar and Features Section. So why do they continue being compiled?
The file "compiled" possesses around 8,000 lines of code.
Well, I use shared hosting, then this could bring improvements in loading the site?
Well, if these sections were not compiled, increase the performance of site?