The Last four percent is driving me round the twist

Numerous tools and their recommendations have been followed but Google’s PageSpeed Insights has me beaten :frowning:

https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fanetizer.com%2Feureka-for-making-a-page-load-faster

Any ideas on how to conquer this last four percent?

Did you try adding word-wrap?

96 / 100User Experience
Consider Fixing:
Size content to viewport
The page content is too wide for the viewport, forcing the user to scroll horizontally. Size the page content to the viewport to provide a better user experience.
The page content is 339 CSS pixels wide, but the viewport is only 320 CSS pixels wide. The following elements fall outside the viewport:

The element <div class="content tal p2m">Actually it wa…che/URIs.html.</div> falls outside the viewport.

OH yes, umpteen attempts and only managed to reduce the percentage by a single figure :frowning:

Maybe get rid of all those extra “for display spacing” break tags and use CSS instead?


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											Actually it was late yesterday while surfing for how to use Laravel file caching. <br>
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<div class="tac"><img src="http://www.johns-jokes.com/afiles/images/eureka.gif" style="width:100%; max-width:398px;" alt="eureka"></div><br>
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I discovered only two .htaccess lines are required to test if a file is in a cache folder. If the file exists then display the file else fall through and load PHP, Laravel, MySql, etc. <br>
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It is quite easy to test by displaying a Laravel generated file, viewing the source of the URI and saving to the Cache folder with the same URI and a .html extension. <br>
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No doubt this is not new to many who are familiar with Apache but to me was a revelation. I really like the idea of using Apache for what is was designed to do rather than loading numerous libraries to achieve a slower result.<br>
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For those who are interested I will not spoil the fun of discovering for yourself the two lines necessary which is far better than mindlessly copying and pasting :) <br>
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Also delighted to discover that URIs with paths are also respected, only required to duplicate the path in the cache folder. <br>
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<h3>The technique should also work for other PHP Frameworks, CMS Systems, WordPress, etc</h3><br>
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Next task is how to automate the procedure, I could possibly use the genenerated sitemap.xml to obtain the URIs and then use Php to file_get_contents(...) then save the string to cache/URIs.html.				

The content is obtained from a database memo field and display using PHP nltbr(…).

Event with an empty content the problem is not fixed.

https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fanetizer.com%2Ftest%2Feureka-for-making-a-page-load-faster.htm

I wonder if it’s a bug in the tool? I don’t get scrollbars when I narrow the page using Firefox 34

A friend was having problems reading one of the novels and I added padding: 0 1em to resolve the margin problem. I have just removed that and made lots of other changes. Now the side margin is OK even though it is set at padding:0; - the mind boggles.

The percentage does actually reach 100% sometimes and other pages drops back to 98 or 99%.

I will give it a rest for a day and try later.

The joys of trying to modify scripts written by others.

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