WordPress tries to be helpful by automatically making your images responsive. It’s almost always incorrect though, so here’s an explanation on how to fix them.
DIY inline critical CSS for WordPress
One of Google Lighthouse’s peskiest problems is “Eliminate render-blocking resources.” Here’s the nut of it: Your style.css file can easily end up as 100+ kilobytes. Downloading this stylesheet blocks page render. Because Google wants to display the page as quickly as possible, Lighthouse throws a warning if your stylesheet is greater than 14kb. The established […]