- December 27, 2018 at 6:37 pm #162320
I was happy to see my website performance to be dramatically improved after I installed and activated WP Fastest Cache plugin. My website runs good now – both PC and mobile versions (webpagetest.org). But I have a couple of questions regarding Lighthouse test report, which is also provided by the same website. A couple of “red” items got my attention.
Issue 1 – <html> element does not have a [lang] attribute;
And there is another suggestion that could improve home page performance – to have a different, smaller Featured slides images for Mobile layout. I used to have this option with a different website content platform, it did make a difference in webpage performance. Alternatively you could change the settings in your Theme – to make the first slider visible after it has been uploaded. By default Slideshow will start as soon as two slider are available (in Image Loader). You do not need to wait for the second image to show the first slider, there is always a sufficient transition delay.
I hope you do not mind receiving a feedback my feedback from your customers.
Thank you for your great job!
OlgaDecember 28, 2018 at 2:22 am #162329
For Issue 1, please check https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7741280/change-html-language-from-en-us-in-to-en-gb-in-wordpress/37571439#37571439. You need to set language. If you check line 27 in theme folder full-frame-pro/inc/fullframe-structure.php, there is language attribute function added. So, it you set the language as described in language, the attribute should be displayed.
For Issue 2, jQuery must be used. As far as I know, it does not have security vulnerability as it is widely used my WordPress. For more details check : jquery.com
The two sliders that you are talking about is not feasible and here are reasons why:
1. It will add two sliders, even if hiding, it will take load times
2. It will add extra images
3. Image Loader options is there. It is there in Appearance-> Customize-> Featured Slider -> Image Loader
WordPress automatically resizes different size images and will make new images of each size, that is why it would not be feasible it would only burden your server.
You can do it manually using a child theme though.
Finally, thank you for your valuable feedback, this is what keeps our themes going. All your suggestions and feedback are carefully reviewed by our team.
Please let us know if you have anything else.December 28, 2018 at 11:17 am #162359
Thank you for clarification.
Have a wonderful Holiday season!December 30, 2018 at 2:33 am #162420
OK, I have created a child theme. Now I need to make some changes to my mobile home page.
I would need to use a separate set of images for mobile Slider – as they use in Twenty Seventeen theme. If it is not possible in your theme, I would need to hide the text (too small to read) and “pagers” (too large) from the Slider. They make my mobile home page look very unprofessional and the bounce rate for this page is very high. I can’t leave it as it is now.
Any ideas how I can get these changes? Your help would be very appreciated.
Thank you.January 1, 2019 at 11:22 pm #162554
I can try to make the size of text and pagers smaller for mobile. Please post in your site url.January 2, 2019 at 12:16 am #162566
It wouldn’t help, I have been tested this option (among the other options) for the last a couple of days. A larger font on such a small image looks just as bad. The text is not readable, and the images are too small to see anything. Please check it out on http://www.johnsoncamera.com. I want to have the slider images to be cropped and to locate the text over a solid color. I am already considering to edit fullframe-featured-slider.php in my Child theme – to replace some of the code with the Metaslider code, but I am afraid it is going to be messy. Do you have a better idea how to use another slider plugin instead of your build-in slider?January 2, 2019 at 1:13 am #162575
Just disable the slider and add the new slider shortcode in the child theme’s header.php file, where you want the slider. This should work.
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