Response Headers 404 Request Headers

  • Oliver

    #6935

    Hi

    I have run severel test through Pingdom Tools.

    http://minmadopskrift.dk/

    And I got this message every time:

    Response Headers 404 Request Headers

    [object% 20HTMLDivElement] minmadopskrift.dk /

    Text was highlighted with a yellow color.

    Which mean: The web browser is waiting for data from the server.

    The waiting time is approx. 1 second!

    I simply cannot figure out what is wrong.

    Does anyone have an idea?

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #36227

    Try disabling the plugin that provides the image lazyload feature.

    Oliver

    #36228

    Thanks for the suggestion, but it had no effect.

    Pingdom Tools analyses says:

    4xx

    A client error occurred, for example 404 page not found.

    The following requests are returning 404/410 responses. Either fix the broken links, or remove the references to the non-existent resources

    http://minmadopskrift.dk/%5Bobject%20HTMLDivElement%5D

    But I can’t find this link, and remove it?

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #36229

    I can’t find it either when visiting your site, which means it doesn’t affect the end user (but somehow it affects Pingdom Tools). It’s probably just a minor thing that you shouldn’t worry about too much.

    Oliver

    #36230

    Ok, I will drop this subject.

    You’re right, no need to spend more time on this.

    Thank you for taking your time to answer this question.

    I really appreciate it

    Sjaak

    #36231

    I had the same issue. It’s probably the theme-slider file (v.1.8.3). I removed the new code about /* Preload slider background images */ and the issue resolved. I hope you can find the problem. My coding skills are not that good.

    Sjaak

    Oliver

    #36232

    Sjaak

    Thank you.

    You must insert a code to your child theme; otherwise, the theme will regenerate the code when you update it.

    Maybe Syahir Hakim or Prassana can provide you the code for the child theme

    Oliver

    #36233

    Sjaak. The object%20HTMLDivElement error was due to a 400 – 404 error page. I inserted object%20HTMLDivElement in the plug-in redirection and made a 301 code.

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #36234
    Quote:
    I had the same issue. It’s probably the theme-slider file (v.1.8.3). I removed the new code about /* Preload slider background images */ and the issue resolved. I hope you can find the problem. My coding skills are not that good.

    Yeah, I encountered this during development as well, but thought I’ve fixed it cause it’s not there anymore when I tested it. I’ll try to dig up more and see if there’s anything I missed.

    In any case, I would suggest leaving the code on, since having the slider images transition smoothly for your visitors beats appeasing network test result any time.

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