I give you one example of a page that is hughe to load and has a loading time of +3 seconds. I know there are a lot of images but I think I use the lasy load feature:
I don't have a clue how to solve it to site speeds up.
https://pagespeed.web.dev/analysis?url= ... Fwoonbeton
I was talking with the owner of JCH optimize and he told me this:
What can causing the problem?I don't think the pages are being cached. Even though the Page Cache plugin is enabled, the table on the Page Cache tab is always empty. Most likely, there's another plugin installed that is disabling the page cache. The Page Cache feature triggers an 'onPageCacheSetCaching' event, allowing interested plugins to disable the cache if required. If you can scan your files on the server, you can look to see which plugin is returning a 'true' value to this function. If you can get the Page Cache going, that would boost things a little more.
I'm talking about having the HTML of the page cached on the server by the plugin. That way, it doesn't have to be generated on each load. The site will serve the cached version if it's valid. Right now, I believe you have a plugin installed that is disabling page caching, as I outlined above.
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glansbetonbe@com-linssh024:/data/sites/web/glansbetonbe/www/plugins# grep -r 'onPageCacheSetCaching' * system/komento/komento.php: public function onPageCacheSetCaching() system/cache/src/Extension/Cache.php: // If any `pagecache` plugins return false for onPageCacheSetCaching, do not use the cache. system/cache/src/Extension/Cache.php: $results = $this->getApplication()->triggerEvent('onPageCacheSetCaching'); system/jchoptimizepagecache/jchoptimizepagecache.php: public function onPageCacheSetCaching(): bool system/forseo/forseo.php: public function onPageCacheSetCaching()