Opencart 3.0.3.1 + Journal 3.0.46 no cache for manufacturer pages

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Opencart 3.0.3.1
Journal 3.0.46
LiteSpeed cache 1.3.1

https://www.priazha-shop.com

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LiteSpeed cache present

but on each manufacturer pages like /bbb no LiteSpeed cache

what mask I must add on Page Settings to enable LiteSpeed cache on manufacturer pages?
 
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serpent_driver

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I don't know the answer to your question, but the way you use LiteSpeed cache doesn't make sense. If you embed all your styles inline it will increase page load time dramatically. You should have less than 100ms for loading main document and not > 1500ms!
 
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I don't know the answer to your question, but the way you use LiteSpeed cache doesn't make sense. If you embed all your styles inline it will increase page load time dramatically. You should have less than 100ms for loading main document and not > 1500ms!
LScache installed, enabled and used.


and for example load speed https://www.priazha-shop.com/alize 1.08s
page with infinitive scroll and filter and contain more than 1500 products - I think, cache for this page is necessary.

may be problem in that:
to use Journal Filter on Manufacturer page Journal's developer say add % in Opencart Manufacturer layout?
 

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serpent_driver

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Get the answer for your manufacturer caching problem from support and if you want I tell you why you are wrong how you use LiteSpeed cache. In my mind you should solve this wrong use first before you try to get your manufacturer pages get cached.
 

serpent_driver

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Cache reduces time to generate the content before it can be sent to the client. Cache doesn't reduce data. If you embed all your styles (css) inline instead of storing it in css files, styles cannot be cached in browser cache and forces to load all data foreach page request again, again and again. In your case users must load too much data and that is why your page is too slow. All cache benefits will be killed by the way where and how you define css styles.

Fix that and you will get a much faster loading shop and get all benefits from LiteSpeed cache.
 
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Cache reduces time to generate the content before it can be sent to the client. Cache doesn't reduce data. If you embed all your styles (css) inline instead of storing it in css files, styles cannot be cached in browser cache and forces to load all data foreach page request again, again and again. In your case users must load too much data and that is why your page is too slow. All cache benefits will be killed by the way where and how you define css styles.

Fix that and you will get a much faster loading shop and get all benefits from LiteSpeed cache.
thanks.
combine and minify CSS are default settings in Perfomance of Journal3
I soon try disable combine and minife CSS.
may other options also can change?


but LSCache on manufacturer pages still actually interesting.
 

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serpent_driver

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To combine and minify CSS doesn't solve it and hasn't something to with inline css. Disable inline css switch!

If you don't get answer from support regarding your issue with cache on manufacturer pages, use OpenCart forum. There are a lot of users they also use LiteSpeed cache.
 
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Disable inline css switch!
great thanks!


If you don't get answer from support regarding your issue with cache on manufacturer pages, use OpenCart forum. There are a lot of users they also use LiteSpeed cache.
not sure that is Opencart issue. more possibility that is Journal3 issue.
it's not critical
waiting for answer from LightSpeed support.
 
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