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Google PageSpeed

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  • #9057
    ramonbastos
    Participant

    Hello, have you checked if the theme is compatible with Google´s new feature, PageSpeed? Thanks!

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  • #9059
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    I am aware of the service and have fumbled around a little with it, but what do you mean in terms of the theme being compatible? Forgive me if I’m just ignorant to the service, but what about the Google page speed would require some sort of compatibility from the theme? Or what do you mean exactly?

    #9060
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    On a sidenote, if you want a really good score from the analyze tool, definitely look into learning how to use W3 Total Cache for your website.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/w3-total-cache/

    Flipping on and configuring W3 Total Cache can get you probably a 50% better score there, from what I’ve observed, anyway, in messing around.

    #9066
    ramonbastos
    Participant

    Forgive me I wasn´t clear. I saw some WP Themes (like 90% of custom themes) having issues, well, I dont know much about it, but it´s something related to Java and CSS changes. Like, the PageSpeed changes some minor CSS codes that may cause the entire site to look weird.

    Is W3 total cacher better than WP Super Cache?

    #9068
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Forgive me I wasn´t clear. I saw some WP Themes (like 90% of custom themes) having issues, well, I dont know much about it, but it´s something related to Java and CSS changes. Like, the PageSpeed changes some minor CSS codes that may cause the entire site to look weird.

    I’m sorry but I don’t know anything about this.

    Is W3 total cacher better than WP Super Cache?

    I personally use W3 Total cache, and I don’t have much experience with Super Cache. I would say W3 Total cache gives you more options and things you can do, but Super Cache is a little easier to configure and setup (this is what I’m told, anyway). Super Cache also is made Automattic, for whatever that’s worth.

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