3 years, 3 months ago #22872
I am also unable to see schema anymore in my products for editing3 years, 3 months ago #22873
Yes, I think the issue from your cache or optimize image plugin, it renders your image on your site to another link.
We use the GTmetrix to check your site speed. You also can check it by yourself at this link: https://gtmetrix.com/
Please check it again.
Thanks.3 years, 2 months ago #22885
The plug in isnt the problem, i bought it to solve the problem.
You also havent answered my question why my schema dropdown menu has vanished in products edits.3 years, 2 months ago #22886
If you want to see more options on the product edit page, please check the screen options on the top to show more options.
Thanks.3 years, 2 months ago #22894
Thanks for showing me how to access Schema again.
Regarding images, i wrote to Imagify(plugin i bought to fix the sizing issue and this is what they said.
"The "Serving Scaled Images" warnings are actually not related to Imagify. Imagify doesn't technically serve images, as that is the job of your theme. When you upload an image, your theme creates all the different thumbnail sizes of that image and (when working properly) serves the appropriate size based on where the image is used on your site, and the size of the visitor's screen.
The reason that you're getting these warnings is that your theme is serving images that are larger in size than the size at which they are actually displayed at on your site. So for example, if an image is actually 1000 pixels wide, but your them uses HTML or CSS to resize it down to 500 pixels wide when it is displayed, these warnings are saying your theme should actually just be creating a 500 pixel wide thumbnail version of the image to use.
Imagify optimizes all your thumbnail image sizes (and the original size) to reduce filesize. However, even an optimized image will still get flagged here if its dimensions are larger than necessary for the context in which it is used.
The best course of action is to ask your theme developer why this could be happening, and whether they have any suggestions to correct it. It's also possible another plugin could be causing this, especially image or gallery related ones."3 years, 2 months ago #22896
I fixed it with a malware scan. 🙂3 years, 2 months ago #22897
Oops, jumped the gun. It was my coming soon plugin that showed no problems because the main site isnt accessable.
Please read the info i sent you above. hopefully that might help the site.3 years, 2 months ago #22912
Yes, I have used the Regenerate Thumbnail plugin to regenerate the image on your site to fix the resolution issue.
Please check it again.
Thanks.3 years, 2 months ago #22913
Thank you. I'M not sure it did anything though. My images are still being reported wrong and in 2 different sources.
FYI, I am now using CloudFlare so you wont see the changes right away if you do any. I can turn it off if you need to see things changing in real time.3 years, 2 months ago #22937
For the image source, that renders fromt your cache plugin. When you using the CDN image. Please disable some cache or optimize plugin on your site and check it again.
Thanks.3 years, 2 months ago #22938
Most of my images have been fixed, However there are 3 'Serve scaled images' doing some kind of damage to the health of my site. What is the solution here?
'Minify CSS' is showing a big list. Are these coming from the theme's code? What is the solution here?
4 other big issues on YSlow tab.
I have attached a copy of my lastest report.3 years, 2 months ago #22943
1. For the "Serve scaled images" you should edit and scale the image as that page recommended.
Thanks.3 years, 2 months ago #22944
Will this conflict with LiteSpeed Cache that i already have running or do i have to deactivate that?
Im also getting asked to minimize redirects. It says try to remove the direct chain of about 30 files. I know ive only redirected a small handful of product pages.
The eliminate render blocking CSS files are one of the biggest issues. How are they fixed?3 years, 2 months ago #22950
I tested your demo page of Rubino minimal homepage and that comes up with lots of errors. Does that mean the code isnt up to scratch? So will I never fix it?3 years, 2 months ago #22964
Yes, on our demo, we don't use any cache or optimize the plugin to optimize the demo. We only use Cloudflare to cache our site and speed up site speed.
As I see, you have used a lot of plugins to improve your site score. Sometimes when you compress all the JS or CSS on your site, it can effect to front-end display. Please consider about that.
Some issues from the 3rd plugin, we also can't optimize or compress that library. Example the library from WooCommerce, WPBakery page builder or Revolutions slider.
Please check it again.
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