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    Default Re: Slow Web Publishing & Viewing

    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaH View Post
    We are using Xara Designer Pro X 15.1.0.53605 dl x64 May 3 2018.

    We haven't tried any other method such as Filezilla, we have only published through the Xara program.

    We have another Xara website at www.PhoenixGlass.biz that is very intense (63 pages and 2877 images). It is written and published in the same manner with the same Xara software over the years but hosted on a US webserver by Ipower that has no issues that we can complain about, when we view the pages they load instantly and publishing uploads changes and additions quickly.

    We are thinking that the problems with the speed may be either the free hosting is throttled or limited or when we first started the site the software templates had the mobile version page included in it, which we deleted thinking that may be the problem but we didn't see a change. Maybe there is something in our Xara hosting index directory left over from that causing a problem. On the Ipower server we have the capability of viewing and editing on the hosting server but we have not found any thing like that on the Xara server.

    As far as the viewing our speed is fine on everything else we view, seems the folks in Germany and now I see the chap above in England it loads fine for him too but they are a lot closer to the server than us, don't know that it matters. Here is a screenshot of what we see on our site at http://www.rotorwayfun.com/whats-new.htm
    If you are comfortable with poking around your US based server, create a subdirectory under the main directory for your other site (usually public_html) and call it anything you want (like rotorway or test) and publish your rotorway site there. You can then get to it by going to the home page of your glass biz and adding "/(subdirectory folder name you chose)/index.htm" to the url, without the quote marks. That should open up the rotorway site and you can see how fast it loads from that server.

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    Default Re: Slow Web Publishing & Viewing

    @Acorn
    Egg, you are right that starting with "../" moves one directory backwards and starts there. "./" is effectively a null operation; it means stay where you are in some operating systems. I would not use either in a URI.
    Thanks for the clarification. I've no idea why Donna's NavBar is using this notation.
    Egg
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    Default Re: Slow Web Publishing & Viewing

    Dear Donna,

    Please find my instructions to gather a log file from your publish website operation in your e-mail inbox.

    Kind regards,
    Rafal

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    Default Re: Slow Web Publishing & Viewing

    bkjohns we thought about trying that but was afraid to take a chance messing up our page we make a living with. That's was a great idea, the best so far, as it would show if it was better on Ipower.

    Egg & Acorn we did finally figure out how to get into the console and found multiple duplicate pages that were left behind from the website variant mobile pages so rather than try to sort out the good from the bad we nuked the whole site and reloaded it from scratch. It seems to be much better on our end now loading. Still not what it should be but we're pretty sure by the reaction of reloading it that the variant pages had and possibly still have something to do with it. We don't know what we are doing which is why we got a WYSIWUG program. We were looking through the files on the server and have noticed multiple image files that we don't understand. On the Owner/Builder Listings page the 4 buttons we made to go to the other pages have turned into 8 images. On the About Us page the picture of our dog Karo also has several images (at least 3 or 4), it's hard to scroll through the whole thing because there are so many images to sort through. Thanks to all of you for your advise.
    Last edited by DonnaH; 13 August 2018 at 02:44 PM.

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    Default Re: Slow Web Publishing & Viewing

    Egg
    We wouldn't mind doing that privately some how but all of our passwords and such are in the files and wouldn't want to make that public.

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    Default Re: Slow Web Publishing & Viewing

    Raf, got your email and we will do that as soon as we can and send it. Looks a little complicated so may take us a day or two.
    Thanks, Donna

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    Default Re: Slow Web Publishing & Viewing

    Thanks Donna, I will also edit the ticket state so it won't close by itself again

 

 

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