I'm currently arguing with Bluehost over slow server times and they pointed to a report at gtmetrix.com in which I found inefficient CSS selectors.
There were 55 very inefficient CSS selectors from the login page alone. Some including:
#adminmenu li.menu-top:hover .wp-menu-image imgTag key with 3 descendant selectors and Class overly qualified with tag
There are many others but the CSS file is pointing to
So this is WordPress' CSS files. Is this normal? Or this referring to other CSS stylesheets that reference the same selector?
I'm running W3TC and I get an error:
It appears Page Cache URL rewriting is not working. If using apache, verify that the server configuration allows .htaccess or if using nginx verify all configuration files are included in the configuration.
I'm not sure why since when I open up .htaccess, W3TC has written all the browser cache and page cache settings.