lucy24 - 4:52 am on Aug 10, 2013 (gmt 0)
They appear to want me to remove my only css file until the ATF content is rendered - how can I do that? The css file controls what all the content looks like, including ATF.
Huh. This came up in a similar thread just yesterday. The assumption seems to be that a mobile user will only visit one page; external stylesheets start paying for themselves on the second page.
They want me to use browser cache to display the top picture - but it will almost never be in a users cache for my website because the pic is specific to that page.
Check the expiration period. They may simply want images to be cachable for a longer time.
:: quick detour to raw logs ::
Thought so. Most of my 304 responses are from Googlebot-Image.
:: further detour to Apache docs ::
###. Anyone know where they hide the defaults? Or is it up to the browser to make something up if the server doesn't say? Can't get the information from headers, because I only log those for page requests.