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Speed up homepage load time on Patron

heathheath Lifetime Member
edited January 2018 in Patron
Website: https://michaelbaileylawllc.com

Howdy All,

I'm doing some work on a client website and noticed when I switched his custom slides to Blog Post Slides from the Themedy Settings menu it really slowed the site down. I'm not opposed to going in and making slides for each blog post, but I thought the recent posts slider was a neat feature, but not if its going to slow down the site.

What are some tips/tricks/#imagehacks/#speedhacks I can use to make sure the website doesn't slow down when using this feature? Is there any code I can play with to enhance the #loadtime and if so where would you suggest I start?

Extra question........

Is there possibly a way for me to use the patron theme without having woocommerce installed? Most of my client websites aren't using the woocommerce function, and if I could make the website a little lighter by disabling/removing that plugin it would make me so happy.

I wonder, when I disable woocommerce the button in the upper right disappears, thats the only reason I have woocommerce activated. Would there be a way to keep the button there without having woocommerce activated? What file would you suggest I edit to make that happen?

Thanks in advance for your help!


Edit:

screenshot of speed test: https://michaelbaileylawllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Screen-Shot-2018-01-02-at-3.00.36-PM.png

screenshot of css and javascript loading issues: https://michaelbaileylawllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Screen-Shot-2018-01-02-at-3.01.21-PM.png

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