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  • #1127799
    Jonas

    Hello,

    I’d be greatful if you could take a look at my web.dev report: https://lighthouse-dot-webdotdevsite.appspot.com//lh/html?url=http://deichmannskennel.com

    Performance rates the worst, and the TTFB and “eliminate render-blocking resources” are the red-flagged categories. There are some yellow-flagged ones as well as you can see.

    I’ve been able to understand that TTFB is a host-problem, and I assume that they’re the ones to confront on that issue. But the other red-flagged category is quite confusing for me — I don’t really understand what I could do to improve, but maybe you have an idea.

    It should be said that these test-results are made with the Autoptimize plug-in activated. Without it the results are worse.

    Also, is not having HTTPS an issue for somebody small like me?

    Kind Regards,
    Jonas

    #1127967
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    i ran a GT Metrix report off a London Server and the results are pretty good:

    https://gtmetrix.com/reports/www.deichmannskennel.com/tfOGHgPl

    So the main issue is host related – the TTFB is incredibly slow and so is the waiting time for other resources to load. If your host can address the speed issue then the second ( Eliminate Render Blocking resources ) warning should also pass.

    HTTPS is becoming a critical requirement with Google / Chrome now labelling non-HTTPS sites as being ‘not secure’ which will impact site ranking over time.

    #1128015
    Jonas

    Thank you for the reply. Are there any crucial things to ask hosting services that’ll give insight as to whether they’re good or not?

    #1128127
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Maybe this site will be of help:

    https://webhostinggeeks.com

    It provides a lot of stats on different hosts including domains gained and lost – which is a good indicator as to whether a host is performing or under-performing.

    I assume your site has a local (country) audience – so worth googling a few local hosts and see how they rack up.

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