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6 minutes ago, Charles said:

I am not sure what you are referring to. Those are static CSS files served outside of our software's framework.

OK, see this PSI test and comment please.  The test is on your site. View mobile reports. A report on the use of HTTP 2 protocols states that all resources are loaded with the HTTP1.1 protocol for mobile. These reports appear now that Lighthouse has upgraded from 6.x. to 7.1.

https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/?url=https%3A%2F%2Finvisioncommunity.com%2Fforums%2F

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Just now, Adlago said:

OK, see this PSI test and comment please.  The test is on your site. View mobile reports. A report on the use of HTTP 2 protocols states that all resources are loaded with the HTTP1.1 protocol for mobile. These reports appear now that Lighthouse has upgraded from 6.x. to 7.1.

https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/?url=https%3A%2F%2Finvisioncommunity.com%2Fforums%2F

You often post results from random "speed test" tools but I am not sure what you are suggesting.

Those are static CSS files that are not served via Invision Community's code. They are just a text file on an S3 bucket served via CloudFront. Our software has zero control over what happens once it uploads them.

I can confirm our CloudFront distribution is set to allow HTTP 2. I have no idea why your testing tool is choosing not to use it.

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4 minutes ago, Charles said:

You often post results from random "speed test" tools but I am not sure what you are suggesting.

Those are static CSS files that are not served via Invision Community's code. They are just a text file on an S3 bucket served via CloudFront. Our software has zero control over what happens once it uploads them.

I can confirm our CloudFront distribution is set to allow HTTP 2. I have no idea why your testing tool is choosing not to use it.

This doesn't just happen with your site. And with different sites, incl. and without the use of cloud ...
That's why it's weird ...
In the example from your site, loading font awesome is directly from your server

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This tool does a simulation test with Moto G4 - until version 6.x everything was OK. Now after upgrading to 7.1 this happened ...
PP. I did a test with another tool - also a MotoG4 simulation - everything is OK with it.
But it's weird anyway - every new version of a tool should be bug-free ... Or Google developers have sunk with protective masks in front of their screens ...😀

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