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Thread: Why dosent google like my css and js on this page

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    Exclamation Why dosent google like my css and js on this page


    i am just in the process off finishin a new more mobile frindly design. But after the upload of the new site ive got this problem with google pagespeed.

    Pictures not optimized
    and something with to many javascript files
    and the CSS files was not Optimize in CSS Delivery.

    any surgestions..



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    CSS and JS errors in Google Pagespeed Insights normally have three reasons:

    1) The area above the fold (the area that a user sees immediately after opening a page without scrolling) should be fully accessible and usable without the JS scripts and CSS settings loading. If either one is needed to display the content above the fold, it will show-up in Pagespeed Insights. Removing JS and CSS from this area is extremely hard, because most websites build their menus with JQuery or CSS instructions. You could try to asynchronously load all CSS and JS that are not needed for the above the fold area, but this may actually cost more total loading time for a page than simply accepting the fact that these are fixed componens of your website.

    2) The JS and CSS files have not been minimized (reduced). See HTML Compressor - Speed up your web pages. to learn what this means.

    3) You have too many JS or CSS files. Try to combine their content in single files. Sometimes this is good, sometimes it is not. When some .js files are only needed for specific functions on some sub-pages, try to avoid loading them at all.
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    Just wanted to add on to Bitpalace's wonderful answer, if you choose to go Async with some CSS, you may get a flash of unstyled content.

    I'm a firm believer in JS being async and below the fold, but sometimes it is necessary above.

    Bravo BitPalace on a well explained answer.

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