Warnings are issued on jobs which successfully queried the API, but are unoptimized or partially optimized due to the warnings which are not critical mostly.
RapidLoad automatically requeues every job that is in a warning state twice a day for two days for a maximum of four attempts. Jobs can be requeued manually at any time via the refresh button.
RapidLoad optimized version for the file missing.
This is the most common warning. It means RapidLoad has found a file on the page that is not in the RapidLoad cache. Refreshing the job will resolve this warning if no other issues are present.
No CSS files found to optimize.
If there are no CSS files loaded on the page, RapidLoad has nothing to optimize. This warning is typically triggered when the “Inline all CSS?” option is enabled in Autoptimize. Disable it if you’d like RapidLoad to run.
Clear your page cache.
RapidLoad is notified when a page is updated and will attempt to optimize the new version. This warning is triggered when the old, cached version is still being served. Clear your page cache and requeue the job.
Failed to load page resources.
This warning is triggered when RapidLoad is unable to access the files it needs to crawl. The warning details will include the affected file URL(s) as well as any HTTP status codes that have been return, such as:
- 400 Bad Request
- 401 Unauthorized
- 403 Forbidden
- 404 File not found
- 500 Internal server error
If the warning persists, we recommend reviewing HTTP status codes and possible resolutions here. Requeue the job once the files are accessible.
The page is being redirected.
This warning will be triggered as the page is being redirected to another page. You could either ignore the warning or Exclude the URL that causes the redirection
How to resolve 403/422 Forbidden error
Sometimes this error is caused due to cache on the server side ex:- Cloudflare cache. So clearing server side cache will be the first troubleshooting solution.
Also this may be due to enabling “Cloudflare Superbot and Bot fight mode” or firewall bot restrictions which will block RapidLoad crawler from optimizing. Since there is no option to whitelist bots if these options are enabled the solution will be to disable the options.
Following either of the troubleshooting methods did not resolve the issue feel free to contact our support team who will be delighted in guiding you to resolve it.