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Nikola P.
Nikola P.
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How to solve these problems?google page speed  en

Autor: Nikola P.
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how to solve these problems?

01. Eliminate render-blocking resources

02. Remove unused JavaScript

03. Remove unused CSS

04. Does not use passive listeners to improve scrolling performance

05. Avoid an excessive DOM size 

06. Minimize main-thread work 

07. Serve static assets with an efficient cache policy

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Andre E
Andre E
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Nikola,

Don't be extremely bothered by google, have you ever found some very nice looking profesional websites and entered them in the google test?

I have, some came out way worse then mine..... 
your site looks good, for better results try to cut down on tricks like moving items and objects, use pictures as small as possible (i think you already have this), you will never get it 100% and nice looking or you should add 1 picture and 1 steady text object, maybe, it's all a balance and you could try out different things to get it better. And see if you still like your site and if google is more happy.

There are some options in step1 -> advanced  -> website optimization you could try.

But don't try to get all top aces in remote tests, you will end up with very basic website.

To be honest your website looked good to me. i test usualy here: https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/

and try to get desktop in to green and mobile into orange, your site already is!

Best Regards,

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Nikola P.
Nikola P.
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on wordpress I know how to solve a problem. every site i have done in wordpress is 99%. on the website x5 unfortunately I have no solution.

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Stefano G.
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Hello Nikola

The software is designed to generate the HTML codes and similar internally and then export them online. These codes are regularly updated to make sure that they're as optimized as possible, but of course, there's always more that can be done

Some of these reports could currently be worked around only by manually editing the generated files, keeping in mind that they would be replaced next time you perform a new export.

Some of these can be fixed by reducing the amount of content in your pages, for example this one: "Avoid an excessive DOM size "

Some other can be fixed with server-side configurations : "Serve static assets with an efficient cache policy"

For the moment, software-wise, all possible optimizations are already performed to make sure that the website is a fast and secure as possible

Thank you

Stefano

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