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Again, apologies for the delay! And thanks for your response. 🙂
I apologize if my writing comes off offensive as that is not my intention. I just write quickly during a busy day and I apologize if does sound offensive.
However, I really don’t want to discuss CSS standards – not saying they are not pertinent! I’d really like to just find out what I can do to fix this issue. Your 2 previous replies has not furthered my research or led me to a solution but I do appreciate the response.
Listing another example of issue on a different website using another Cryout Theme. (in addition to first website listed)
Ensure text remains visible during webfont load
Warnings: Lighthouse was unable to automatically check the font-display value for the following URL: https://diamondrcreative.com/wp-content/themes/anima-plus/resources/fonts/iconmeta.ttf.
Leverage the font-display CSS feature to ensure text is user-visible while webfonts are loading. Learn more.
What do you recommend?
Sorry for long delay but, what does that mean?
Has the ‘font-display’ attribute become accepted. I have read that it has.
If so, will you be updating accordingly?
If not, would it best to utilize a plugin ( example: CAOS for Webfonts | Host Google Fonts Locally) or host fonts locally to work around?
At the least, could you tell me where font files are located that i need to add font-display attribute so I can at least attempt fixes?
Website: diamondrcreative.comJuly 26th, 2019 at 21:55 in reply to: Page Speed Insights – Serve static assets with an efficient cache policy #84831
Thanks leaderint! Like your website!
No, it is Apache. Still haven’t found a solution but do appreciate your effort. 🙂
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.
I have not heard any response – any forthcoming?
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?
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.
The maroon colored menu on the page is in a table.
This page is also on the bottom of the homepage, above footer, with same effect.
When you reduce screen size and on mobile, the table columns will collapse and then you can notice it.February 28th, 2019 at 22:49 in reply to: How do I specify image dimensions for sliders, headers, & logos? #74764
Just for clarity, here are the list of images:
The website logo, page header, and 4 sliders
Website: taylorlassen.comMarch 30th, 2018 at 18:22 in reply to: Widget Headings underline showing up as strikethrough. Remove line altogether. #61777
1st – LOVE the theme. Great stuff, as usual. 🙂
Is there a way to just remove the top line above widget title? That’s what I’m trying to accomplish. I tried the code here and code supplied in another question/response but it didn’t remove it. (Maybe code not meant to fix my request.) I would just like to remove the top line in widget titles.
You can see this in my sidebar (pick any page) and in the footer.
Also, would buying the $25 annual support cover this issue?