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Hello emailed you a screen shot
After more investigating…
The w3 seems to be working fine with the settings & the cdn 🙂
However I’m getting random symbols instead of the lines, heart, mini bubble, etc the plugin symbols have changed to little numbers & letters. So the mini symbols have been replaced from my theme. Is there anyway to stop this happening?
Ok super I’ll give that a go, thank you.
I did try w3 cache but the site looked a mess. I was obviously doing something wrong. The site was basically a load of links on the left with missing images, I’m assuming the CSS was being ignored or some template issue… I think I was suppose to add something to my htaccess file. And add that part mentioned in the link, would that help the layout? And not select Minify?
I’ll update if I find the culprit plugin as maybe useful to others.
I removed the plugin… And there seems to be no difference. Does anyone recommend a good cache plugin to reduce the number of requests? And that will work with woocommerce/product vendor (wc vendor)? I’ve read a lot of information of conflicting views & issues with the cart pages etc not working & emptying. So wondered if anyone had a recommendation? This may help my issue!
Yes I will give that a go & see if I get blocked again & let you know. I installed It recently. I’m on jury service this week
It might be the new filter I added to the widget for the attributes…
Do you think it could be that? That was wp Ajax filter plugin.
I tried to install w3 total cache to teduce the requests (what a nightmare) the site went crazy, followed several tutorials with no luck.
Talk about complicated…But on the plus I installed the Amazon s3 with cloud front works great, after I figured out what I was doing! Customers images are now uploaded straight to the s3 🙂 save my shared server space.
But this hasn’t helped with my original problem of get requests issue.
Any help would be appreciated
I’m ‘michelle test’ from the wp pv site (no idea why test was my surname, but I could never changed it!)
Looking forward to going through the forum & adding input, great job guys!