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7/16/2014 2:41 AM

Hi all

I test my Site speed by google tools. please look at this:

I use, Optimize and good Skin from, thay have very good quality skins and I use it for this site. I test it and for desktop I have 75% from 100%. there is 2 big problem:


Reduce server response time

In our test, your server responded in 1.6 seconds. There are many factors that can slow down your server response time.


Eliminate render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in above-the-fold content

Your page has 3 blocking script resources and 2 blocking CSS resources. This causes a delay in rendering your page.
None of the above-the-fold content on your page could be rendered without waiting for the following resources to load. Try to defer or asynchronously load blocking resources, or inline the critical portions of those resources directly in the HTML.
Remove render-blocking JavaScript:
Optimize CSS Delivery of the following:

 How can I Fix second Problem on DNN 7.3.1? I want block loading som JS and CSS. any body can help me about that?

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7/17/2014 3:14 AM
I doubt there is a solution to prevent the scripts from being inserted by DNN (they are required, if used in skin or modules), same applies for .css files - not all suggestions can be implemented, if you are using a CMS.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

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7/17/2014 7:34 AM

Regarding the jquery message you can't make any change - google already explicitly acknowledge this at i.e.

What if I am using a JavaScript library such as jQuery?
Many JavaScript libraries, such as JQuery, are used to enhance the page to add additional interactivity, animations, and other effects. However, many of these behaviors can be safely added after the above-the-fold content is rendered. Investigate making such JavaScript asynchronous or defer its loading.


As there is no way to know if a loading module requires jquery functionality before the page is loaded, then there is no safe way to defer loading

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7/17/2014 1:19 PM
I've noticed that for most of CMS include DNN there is no way to control JQuery loading on demand of needs, for example one page need to load it and one page no need, in both the JQuery loading and no way to control it.
CMS is Slower than other kind of Websites/Portals....

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7/17/2014 3:02 PM
There is control. It is the responsibility of the module to say if it needs jQuery. If one, or more, modules on the page want it then DNN loads it once. If no module wants it DNN does not load it.

Secondly; get jQuery from a CDN. Then the long duration cache header will mean that the cached copy is used every time after the first page that needs it.

Best wishes,
- Richard
Agile Development Consultant, Practitioner, and Trainer
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