Once again great theme... we get so many comments on the ease of use and how good it looks, so thanks again guys (and girls)
I was wondering if the new version of abundance fixed my issues with the "show details" and "add to cart" floating in different positions on the catalog page...
Here's my initial thread.
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Hi there,Posted 10 months ago #
Tbh I'm not sure but it's obviously worth a try. The latest version is 1.4.
PeterPosted 10 months ago #
Read the other topic and I've the exact same problem at times. When a page loads it seems that it halts for 0.3 sec. ;) and then it finishes loading. That's where I have the problem. Frontpage made with template builder doesn't have that problem anymore because I've made it with bigger pictures. BUT on a product page it's doing it again with the related products and that's smaller pictures again.
I'm using Firefox 15.0.1 with webmatrix 2.0 locally and the newest abundance 1.5 and woocommerce 184.108.40.206
I've tried other browsers but can't seem to reproduce this issue. But when @whatsosale have that problem with IE and I have it then I don't think it's a lone wolf.
ValdimarssonPosted 8 months ago #
Please take a look here (https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8hqGBMSfHtKQ0l2Qy1HVmdqRnM/edit?pli=1) for a speed test of 3 pages from (what i guess) is your site. I was about to go into greater depth when i noticed you are throwing errors all over...
Warning: Unknown: write failed: Disk quota exceeded (122) in Unknown on line 0 Warning: Unknown: Failed to write session data (files). Please verify that the current setting of session.save_path is correct (/var/www/tmp) in Unknown on line 0
Thats on bottom of home page. W3 Cache is currently having a hard time with last WordPress update, so I wouldn't take it too seriously.
But your tests look very nice http://www.webpagetest.org/result/120913_HF_c48e72ed9534f8a7c6b7dcd89eb8a87b/3/details/cached/ except for TTFB which is lousy. 2 seconds out of 5 nothing happens. What's especially troubling as you can plainly see here (http://www.webpagetest.org/result/120913_HF_c48e72ed9534f8a7c6b7dcd89eb8a87b/) is the increase between time to first byte between the initial load and the repeat load.
In all 7 or 5 tests the repeat test took longer. for the server to process even though the visitor already had most of the data cached. Normally that points to cookies - though since during this test there were those errors above, its hard to say.
Also the image on this page (/information/hair-extensions/) is stretched. The crop is not set and neither is the aspect ration so the only thing preventing the width from hitting the edge of the screen is a div in the way.
In Settings > Media and in functions.php the same rules apply. I found a really cool tutorial finally on the subject that makes sense and wont give a headache (http://www.synaptici.com/2012/how-to-set-the-wordpress-media-settings/) , give it a quick read to put a stop to the resize issues. .
NickPosted 8 months ago #
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