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May 24, 2013 at 7:24 pm #23798
Thank you for all your help so far. I love this theme and am excited to create my best work yet because of all of you.
I need help with W3 Total Cache. I’ve set it up with minimal settings. I would love to do whatever it is you did to the demo site. When I load my site, in Pingdom Tools all my css files are being loaded separately. If I auto minify all of the css is lost. How would I go about combining all the css. Also, I am using a child theme.
When I go with the minimal settings for the minify and just have the js on, I loose some functionality. Right now I notice that my blog preview buttons no longer show the next thumbnail. I love this feature and would like to keep it. I think I am having trouble because of how the theme is set up for every possibility but I could also be missing something.
The browser is also searching for an empty/non-exsistent style.css.
Here are links to my 3 altered settings on W3 Total Cache and website performance:
Thank you for your time and knowledge.
BethanyMay 27, 2013 at 7:44 pm #121161
Hey! I have never used w3 total cache so I cant really help a lot here.
The live server uses a combination of wp supercache and better-wp-minify:
Those 2 in combination should work without problems, maybe you might like to test them instead of w3 total cache :)July 24, 2013 at 6:56 pm #121162
Thank you Kriesi. These are a great solution. I am having trouble getting better minify to put css in the header.
I’ve put the following handles in the minify script options for placement in the header:
I’ve check the database and all the handles are loading into the table correctly.
I am wonder if this has anything to do with the fact that I am using a child theme. Have you ever ran into this problem?
I added the main css files to my child folder and called them in the theme function.
Thank you for your help!
BethanyJuly 26, 2013 at 10:05 pm #121163
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