[Resolved] Amazon onelink

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  • #999686
    Vlad

    Hey Tom,

    Just have a big problem with amazon onelink. After removing this, my website becomes as fast as a beast. So, I have 2 Questions. But the main problem is that I need it because I’m losing money.

    1. How to place at the end of HTML code? I use elements and got these settings

    https://paste.pics/6L3PD

    and the code places here

    https://paste.pics/6L3PL

    Almost in the end but not at all.

    Wanna see it here

    https://paste.pics/6L3Q2

    Maybe it will reduce requests.

    2. Could you recommend smth to reduce HTTP requests with external JS like amazon onelink?

    I’ve heard about JHC optimizer but it doesn’t work. And I’ll say again it’s an external resource.

    Here is the picture of requests:

    https://paste.pics/6L3FX

    I have a competitor which using it too but he has a low number of request like 50.

    Hope you’ll help.

    #999800
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    in the Hook Element you can give it a Priority – the larger the number the further down the stack it will move. Give that a try. I am not sure it will reduce requests.

    There isn’t much we can do about 3rd party requests. You would need to identify what elements require those requests and reduce that number down.

    #999947
    Vlad

    1. Making priority is not working. As for putting down the code and as for number of requests.

    2. “You would need to identify what elements require those requests and reduce that number down.” I’m only talking about amazon onelink in the footer. Without this one, the site has around 30-50 requests. Just don’t remember.

    #999952
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    1. The priority should work, add 200 or more and it should move down.
    As i said i didn’t think it would reduce requests.

    2. You would need to speak with amazon associates to find out why its making so many requests.

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