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I am still having this issue. Sorry for the late reply.
What do you guys need to know regarding information etc. to solve this issue?
Everything is updated.
Here is a screenshot: http://sundwall.d.pr/1i9FV
As you can see the close menu icon appears, but the menu itself does not.
Good to hear that I wasn’t the only one having the problem.
As a side note I am using Chrome v.37 (64 bit).
- This reply was modified 9 months ago by mp3dk.
I have found out that enabling Cloudflare Rocket Loader™ (Web optimization) breaks the website when using Enfold 3.0.
This was NOT an issue running earlier versions of Enfold.
This must be an issue with the newly released Enfold 3.0.
It happened after updating to Enfold 3.0. I haven’t touched any settings other than deactivating minify everywhere.
- This reply was modified 9 months ago by mp3dk.
I have deactivated everything releated to minify (plugin and Cloudflare). Problem still persists.
All cache has been flushed, file permissions has been reset and BWP Minified has re-created the files.
This didn’t solve the issue, unfortunately.
I guess the site has been improved a lot by now. Thanks for all the input! It definately helped me out here.
The requests has dropped from 73 to 31 (when using Pingdom).
- This reply was modified 11 months ago by mp3dk.
You are able to see the features at this site: https://www.cloudflare.com/features-optimizer
Saves 20% of a file’s size and works without caching so it can support even fully dynamic pages.
My question is just that… Is the minify plugin nescessary when Cloudflare is also minifying all scripts and css when loading through their servers?
I have stripped down the plugins to the ones that is absolutely in use. Most of the css calls are actually coming from the Enfold theme.
1. Optimize all images with AI/Photoshop before uploading to server ‘save as web safe’ jpg.
I usually just saved them ‘normally’ and then run them through http://optimizilla.com/. Won’t this procedure result in the same way?
2. Once all images are uploaded on the website, optimize with www optimizer plugin twice 1hr 10mins apart.
You mean the plugin named ‘EWWW Image Optimizer’? If yes, I get the following error when activating it: http://code.youare.ninja/gpKb
On another note, this is a disallowed plugin at WP Engine. Refer to: http://wpengine.com/support/disallowed-plugins/
3. Install wp-smushit run once to remove jpeg extra data, then uninstall.
Run it? There is no admin panel attached to this plugin.
4. Use BWP minify plugin to minify scripts and stylesheets.
It has been activated. Anything else to do with this plugin?
5. Install WP-Super cache, select all recommended settings.
This is not an option. WP Super Cache is a disallowed plugin at WP Engine. Refer to: http://wpengine.com/support/disallowed-plugins/
7. Join Cloudflare setup your website on their CDN, Choose options: Full CDN Optimisation save then activate purge files. once done log out.
The website is already running through Cloudflare with that optimization.
8. Have a cup of coffee.
Has been done… Several times.
10. Don’t forget to smile.
Sometimes I do forget… Thanks for the reminder!
I have tried activating the default WordPress theme on my staging website and it feels much faster.
Sorry for the very, very… very slow respons.
The website still loads incredible slow the first time. After that the site has been cached and loads fast.
Could this have anything to do with the frontpage slider?
Is the images too heavy to load?
The website is hosted with WP Engine and it is running through Cloudflare at the moment.
And yes, I have tried different connections such as Wi-Fi, cable, cellular 4G/LTE using my iPhone 5s, and also tethering through my iPhone to my laptop. Same results.
- This reply was modified 11 months, 1 week ago by mp3dk.
Yes, I have tried using that tool plenty of times, but even though the load is ok @ pingdom, my own loading time is huge! I have no idea why.
It has always been very fast, but haven’t since the last two theme updates. To me it seems like the theme has gone very, very heavy.
I got the same problem aswell. Using Chrome there is no icons, but they DO show in Firefox and Internet Explorer.
I have just checked using the WordPress Update Site and there is no updates for Enfold. Perhaps I should just give it until tomorrow? Although it says that last check was done 2 minutes ago.
Thank you, Dude.
The problem was a dot “.” in one of the field descriptions.
I have now created you an admin login and the login credentials has been sent.
I will be looking forward to hearing from you again.
How come this is so essential to Google?
If removing it isn’t a good idea, is it then possible not having it shown when hovering the slider?
I do not assume that I should be using a plugin when the Choices theme has one built-in.
I simply use the built-in contact form and its possibilites. Nothing else. Which is why it has to work.