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March 16, 2019 at 10:57 pm #220078
As always thanks for the quick response.
I think I will be downloading Elementor and giving it a try on my next project. I have heard a lot of good things about it. If I use Elementor will it work out of the box with Ascend and allow me to customize the header and footer areas?
JeremyMarch 14, 2019 at 4:56 pm #219869
As always thank you… So after reading your first answers I installed wp rocket and played around a bit. I really am not seeing a speed hit on pages with the slider. But I will definitely keep the function example in my tool kit uncase I need it.
JeremyMarch 12, 2019 at 11:34 pm #219578
I am using WP Rocket for caching and it actually creates a separate cache for mobile and desktop if you ask it too. So that is how it has worked on the site I have it setup on in Pinnacle.
I the slider plugin I am using does not use background images. So I may have to try a different slider or try the lazy loading.
I will send you a link to the dev site.
As Always thanks for all the help / support.
JeremyMarch 12, 2019 at 11:13 pm #219569
I have a site setup with a slider on the home page. And for mobile I am using the themes (Pinnacle is the theme on the site I am describing, the site I am currently building and have the question about is in Ascend) Home Page Mobile settings and for the slider I set that to none.
As far as I can tell this makes it so the slider code and images do not load or even show in the inspector if I am in a mobile view. Is that not the case?
I know I can hide the sliders on the other pages with css, but my impression was that the images would still load and cause the page speed to take a hit, even though they are hidden with css.
JeremyNovember 7, 2018 at 12:36 pm #206770
I figured it out. I had the accessories category check also. When I unchecked that, then it works fine and shows the correct sub category as the parent of the current product page. Plus in when I have products in multiple categories setting the primary category works (thanks Ben).
JeremyOctober 30, 2018 at 3:14 pm #206022
It sounds like what I was talking about does not apply to how themes work. Here is the article I read on the potential issue with beaver builder and that got me to wondering if there where any potential issues or drawbacks using the theme’s blog option.