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PL5 site speeds - not so good

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I wonder what to do to change - to increase site speed.
Are there any recommendations on the How´s?

If you check site-speed with https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/ the performance of all PL5 sites I check leaves lots of room for improvement (indicaores RED  .... approx. 45-50/100) for desktop & mobile)

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Simon

You just need to defer the js/css .. by default WP chucks it all over the place.

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Audun MB
33 minutes ago, Simon said:

You just need to defer the js/css .. by default WP chucks it all over the place.

 

How?

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micstepl
22 minutes ago, Audun MB said:

How?

How?

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micstepl
3 hours ago, Simon said:

Example site?

@Simon, I´v done 2 things. Benchmarking + Solution Search

 

I´v done some benchmarking for you 

  • of 12 PL5-Sites
    • 2 Pagelines Sites
    • 1 my site
    • 9 random others form ShowCase
  • measured following results
    • average performance acorss all 12 above
      • Mobile: 49/100
      • DeskTop: 59/100
    • best performer

 

also did some WEB research  - for improvement

 

SITLL .... i´d appreciate some concrete support to get raid of PL-Speed issues detected

  • how to get rid of the existent speed issues from PL5
    • in therms of  rliminating PL5 related "render-blocking JavaScript"
    • PL Sections CSS issues as eg. (sie my DEMO Site above):
      • pl-framework/style.css?ver=1454684612
        pl-section-meganav/style.css?ver=5.0.10
        pl-section-slider/style.css?ver=5.0.6
        pl-section-socialinks/style.css?ver=5.0.7
        pl-platform/engine/ui/css/components.css?ver=96b812
    • other PL related
      • speedkillers +  Solution 
  • how to improve to performance
      •  

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navigador

My report included red due to image sizes of jpg's

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Andrew

Guys these are not gonna be very representative of actual performance. PL5 works differently than most (any?) web design system out there, and since we're offloading everything to the users browser we're saving more time on your server.

I think i'll need to write a blog article about this. 

ALSO, a caching plugin that minifies your JS scripts should rectify a lot of the blocking complaints. 

 

Reality of PL5 AND WordPress Plugins is that they use bunches of JS files for granularity purposes, in practice it loads fine (since server load is less) but if you want super fast, then cache and minify.

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micstepl
22 hours ago, Andrew said:

Guys these are not gonna be very representative of actual performance. PL5 works differently than most (any?) web design system out there, and since we're offloading everything to the users browser we're saving more time on your server.

I think i'll need to write a blog article about this. 

ALSO, a caching plugin that minifies your JS scripts should rectify a lot of the blocking complaints. 

 

Reality of PL5 AND WordPress Plugins is that they use bunches of JS files for granularity purposes, in practice it loads fine (since server load is less) but if you want super fast, then cache and minify.

I´ve already testen come Plugins- the "WP Fastest Cache" seems to solve mit of the issues & speed PL5 up to mobiel 68/100 - desktop 74/100 ... with nearly no adaption! (eg. the "W3 Total Cache" in comparison seems to have some issues & does not deviier significant improvement)

@Andrew ... yes, I suggest an article with concrete recommendations :)

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