What can I do to change this, Roman?

Tasty again…
hi,
the demo site is now transferred to https://www.laszloskrog.se/ and it went rather good. We had some caching problems initially but after purging the cache it has worked fine.

So now it´s time for some polishing. When running the site through Pingdom,
this came up. Any tips what I can do to make the site even better?
Jan



Hello Jan,

Regarding mixed content warning, there is an image that comes from Tasty demo site through http:

You can replace this image with something from your own Media Library (you can save this image).

Regarding HTTP Strict Transport Security and Secure cookie, you can learn more about these on Wikipedia, here are relevant links:


Please feel free to ask any other questions that you might have.

Kind Regards, Roman.

thanks Roman, I have found swirl_pattern.png.
If I remove it, do I have to replace it or could I just let it go`?
As for the wikis, I will have a look.
Thank you
Jan

You are welcome Jan,

Well, you can use another image or use that swirl pattern (but you might want to save it to your Media Library first). Also you can remove that background if you want. Please let me know if you need more help.

Kind Regards, Roman.

sorry, I don´t get it. what´s the purpose of having thwe swirl? Where can I see it?
Jan

Hello Jan,

What’s the purpose of having the swirl?

It’s just a background image.

Where can I see it?

In your testimonials section.

Kind Regards, Roman.

ok, seen it. My plan is to get rid of the http file.
Can I save it locally -> delete it from Media -> upload it again and it will automatically take the "old"place?
If so, will this make it https?
Jan

Hello Jan,

Can I save it locally -> delete it from Media -> upload it again and it will automatically take the "old"place?

That approach seems wrong to me. That image is the background image of your testimonials Elementor section, but currently it’s linked to use image from Tasty demo site.

So you can edit that Elementor section and remove background image link if you just want to get rid of that http link.

Kind Regards, Roman.