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Okay so I have been plugging away with finding different ways to make my site load faster!
The biggest issue with Pingdom's pageload speed checker is the below
The requests for the following URLs don't fit in a single packet. Reducing the size of these requests could reduce latency.
For the life of me I cannot figure out where this is pulling from.
I have disabled all of my plugins so it's not there.
I have found the following - https://css-tricks.com/forums/topic/font-face-in-base64-is-cross-browser-compatible/ but I do NOT use @Font-Face anywhere I can tell.
Any help to get rid of this error would be awesome.http://www.geekdaily.co
I am curious about that issue as well, but so far I have not found an answer.
Just an update that is is happening only on inside pages, the main page doesn't see the file/error.
FOUND THE ISSUE!!!!
wp_enqueue_style( 'dashicons' );
Seems weird to me BUT something is obviously not correct in the implementation or execution.
I have disabled them and now I am 96/100 on Pingdom and Faster than 95% of all sites.. YIKES
Yep you would need to either replace them with icons in the CSS itself or remove it from CSS.
Not worth the headache of speed over three little icons.
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