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    Hey Guys,

    Whenever I get to a page on my website it’s mostly fine, but for a short period of time I get this buggy screen.


    Is there some sort of issue with the theme?

    I want to make sure this isn’t just on my end. I’ve cleared the local and server cache.


    The website is


    Customer Support

    Hi Jack,

    This shouldn’t be caused by the theme. Can you try #1 here and see how it goes?: https://docs.generatepress.com/article/debugging-tips/


    I ended up finding the issue Fernando,

    I had Remove Unused CSS enabled on my optimization plugin. I tested the unused css feature in both flyingpress and perfmatters one by one to see if it worked fine in one of the two. Both showed a visual issue and I disabled the feature.

    Thing is, this has been happening since I had a fresh install with just generatepress and then one plugin, flyingpress, with unused css enabled. So I know it’s not the template causing the issue, but it could be a possible conflict with the theme, generateblocks, or gp premium with unused css.

    Side note: I cleared my client side cache, object cache, and browser side cache (perfmatters, flyingpress depending on the one enabled) each time I tested. I also used browser stack to confirm for me.


    Would it be possible to replicate the issue on your end? A fresh wordpress install with GeneratePress, Generate Blocks, and GP Premium, with unused css enabled on perfmatters or flyingpress.

    It would be a very short time that only the “Critical CSS” would show on the page and everything would look like the screenshot provided above.

    The only other plugin I had enabled would be my redis object cache from Rocket, but an object cache is a must for my site, and it would be a huge issue for me if redis wasn’t enabled.

    Customer Support

    I see.

    From experience(working before for a different theme as well), I find that Optimization tools like Removing Unused CSS and Merging/Combination of JS files, often times cause issues regardless of the theme used.

    This response by David may also be insightful: https://generatepress.com/forums/topic/remove-unused-css-2/#post-1738708

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