Rooms Site Optimization/Hosting Make CSS work from the beginning

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      Lynne Guistic
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      Hello all, the website loads first html and then CSS, so it has a weird display of information first, and in some seconds it shows as it should. How can I make it appears with the CSS already applied from the beginning?
      I attach the screenshots in order of loading, with the last one being with the CSS loaded. How can I do that? thanks a lot.
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      https://www.fedewenzelski.com/

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      Hugh N. Cry
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        Lynne Guistic
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        @hugh I tried inserting that code on the head, but it did not solve the issue I’m afraid…

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      Terry Hale
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      This has been discussed several times in the group recently. One thing is to increase the critical CSS threshold height in the Divi performance settings.

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      Terry Hale
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      @lynne, open an Incognito Chrome window then load your site. Incognito prevents extensions, etc. from affecting the real world analysis.

      Use your dev tools and click on the Lighthouse tab. Run the analysis and it will give you several tips.

      Then follow the instructions about “code coverage” in the link below to analyze code (javascript and css) usage. With this you will see that your Siteground optimization is ironically taking a lot of time! (See image)

      The SG plugin does not usually play with with Divi optimization. You should use SG only on assets that are not provided by and covered by Divi’s optimizations.

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        Lynne Guistic
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        @mizagorn great feedback! Thanks a lot. I disable combine JS on SG-optimizer. That seems was slowing everything down. Is the issue resolve?

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          Terry Hale
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          @lynne definitely an improvement! The biggest problem seems to be all the plugins you have. Divi can’t fix that, so you have to rely on your SG optimizer.

          You might look into somehow loading javascript for plugins only on pages that need it, like the Popups for Divi and date-time picker.
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