Hi Pagelines Team,
Following on from my last thread about moving to WPEngine, I recently spoke to GoDaddy over the phone.
The reason for the move was due to an increase the recent downtime of my site. They taught me how to clear the cache on my site but after doing this we noticed that the reource limit would quickly spike.
I spoke to their hosting department employee and he told me that I should contact my theme provider and ask for any further information on why this might be happening?
We are using Autoptimize plugin to combine JS and CSS files to improve the site performance, but the there are couple of JS files from Pagelines that crash when included in the plugin. (superfish.js, pl.tangram.js, meganav.js)
Can you recommend a way to include these JS files that won't crash the pages where they are present?
Our new Pagelines site has been up about a month (brianboggschairmakers.com) and so far it's worked fairly well.
Reviewing our Google Analytics, however, has brought to my attention that the site is loading exceptionally slowly on Safari, both on mobile and desktop. Average load time for each page is 4-8 seconds, but on Safari, it's over 22 seconds!
Anybody else have this problem? Any recommendations?
I was having load time problems with one of sites. From reading through some of the forums i saw that W3 total Cache was a useful plugin to install.
Once installed there was issues with the auto minify setting. Basically the auto or manual setting wouldn't work. Anyway moving on i decided i would remove the plugin.
On attempt to remove the plugin i was met with the following error code across both backend & front end of the site:
Warning: include(/usr/local/pem/vhosts/132112/webspace/httpdocs/wp-content/advanced-cache.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /usr/local/pem/vhosts/132112/webspace/httpdocs/wp-settings.php on line 65 Warning: include(): Failed opening '/usr/local/pem/vhosts/132112/webspace/httpdocs/wp-content/advanced-cache.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/share/pear:/usr/share/php') in /usr/local/pem/vhosts/132112/webspace/httpdocs/wp-settings.php on line 65
The plugin is gone from the list but there still seems to be files on the .ftp server.
Needless to say i am at a loss and was planning on showing a client the new site this afternoon.
You can see site at http://internetcollege.ie/
Any help would be much appreciated.
By Steve Kayser+
I am still trying to get my site to write to the server and I ran the debug. Below is what I get. How can I fix this? Really appreciate the help folks! - Steve
DMS Internal Warning
Unable to set filesystem credentials