Does WebP work with Safari?
The Google Page Speed Optimizer extension relies on the User Agent functionality to detect the visitor's device. If the browser supports WebP images, the site will pull the WebP copies of the original images.
In case the visitor's browser is detected as Safari (ver. 13 and older) or Internet Explorer, the original image formats will be loaded accordingly.
Is Google Page Speed Optimizer extension compatible with Fastly CDN?
Yes, the extension is compatible with Fastly considering that the core of Fastly is Varnish, and Google Page Speed Optimizer module can handle Varnish cache. However, in case you encounter any issues that you believe might be related to Fastly, ...
Does WebP work with Varnish?
WebP images are compatible with the Varnish cache. The compatibility was introduced to the module in version 2.1.2. Make sure that you have the latest version of the extension installed. To make WebP images load on the website, it is ...
How to optimize JS with the Google Page Speed Optimizer extension?
To optimize JS with the Google Page Speed Optimizer extension, please follow the next steps: 1. Transfer Magento to the Production mode. It can be done with the next command from the root Magento folder: php bin/magento deploy:mode:set ...
Is Google Page Speed Optimizer compatible with Cloudflare?
The extension does work with Cloudflare, however, there is a peculiarity that may affect the module's functionality. Apart other features, Cloudflare provides CDN support. Please, keep in mind that the extension may not work correctly with ...
Why Webp images don't appear on the frontend?
There are several reasons why WebP images might not be pulled correctly on your website. 1. As the first step, make sure that WebP copies of the images were created. To check this, you can open any storefront image in a new tab and modify ...
Already Done in Q2'22
Extensions updates Blog Pro NEW a feature of changing the blog’s fonts; NEW post matching when switching between storeviews/languages; NEW live search for blog; NEW an option of adding the blog’s summary below the blog title on the main blog page; NEW read
What to expect in Q2'22
Amasty always strives to deliver new functionality in accordance with the most popular customers’ requests and e-commerce trends. In this article, we'll share our plans on new extensions, improvements, fixes, and other releases the team intends to be
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Time to check the results of February! It's been a tough end to the month, but let's digress a bit and check out what the team has done. Extensions updates. Besides technical fixes, February was rich in new features and improvements: Jet
Can't help but start with the biggest news of the past month: Amasty switched to Product Subscriptions. It means that all extensions can now be acquired by subscription only. The initially purchased code of the module is still available in the customer