February 28th, 2019 at 22:44 #74763
In my GT Metrix Pagespeed report, I get this result:
Specify a cache validator
What’s this mean?
The following resources are missing a cache validator. Resources that do not specify a cache validator cannot be refreshed efficiently. Specify a Last-Modified or ETag header to enable cache validation for the following resources:
Is there anyway I can resolve this or is there a preferred method to resolve that you recommend for Fluida theme?
Website: taylorlassen.comMarch 12th, 2019 at 20:11 #75435
GTMetrix also provide additional information together with their diagnostics:
Caching is normally handled by a plugin (or directly at the server/hosting level).March 15th, 2019 at 20:44 #75651
So are you telling me to just keep on reading? lol!
I will but since these are exclusively related to Fluida theme, (seriousslider.ttf, blocks.woff, elusive.woff, I thought it may be theme related and you may have some input from previous questions or concerns.March 16th, 2019 at 02:53 #75659
sorry, maybe I should be more direct: These are directly related to this theme and I do not have this issue with other themes. How do I fix?July 20th, 2019 at 08:01 #84618
I have not heard any response – any forthcoming?
Website: diamondrcreative.comJuly 21st, 2019 at 14:37 #84665
Regardless of where files come from (theme, plugin or WordPress itself), they all get served to clients by the webserver software – hence any caching rules need to be set up and configured at the webserver level.July 23rd, 2019 at 23:07 #84713
Thank you for responding!
I realize these are served to clients via webserver. But these issues are theme related. Other themes – not made by Cryout Creations – do not have these issues. I would think, or hope, you test your themes and have an idea of how they react to Apache or NGINX servers in relation to SEO issues, especially speed.
I also know this probably can fixed with a simple addition to the htaccess file. I’m no expert, and I did try multiple solutions but none worked so then I was thinking you may know the fix since they are in your themes, Plus themes included.
I’m sure other people are running into this as well.
Website: diamondrcreative.comJuly 28th, 2019 at 19:16 #84855
You can expand the cache-controlling rewrite rules to cover font files too:
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