Very slow loading speed. GoDaddy, "its a scripting problem".
My website does not have many functions and full page caching is enabled.
What could be the problem?
If you want to increased speeds, you can either look at other carriers or you can go to a VDS with GD. That will put the sql on the same server and will increase the speeds dramatically.
So its not a script issue, its an sql issue.
My cost has been only $1 a month for many years, and I get amazing, amazing hosting. Zero complaints from me. Everyone I have referred to WebHostingWholesale (WHW1) hosting is also happy.
FYI. I have used the Godaddy VDS as well, and unhappy with them. Poor servers. Resource limitation is extreme.
Another has to do with something your site is attempting to load from themes.googleusercontent.com - no idea what, but your site can't reach the content and that's adding a couple of seconds to your page load time from where I sit.
I also noticed as I loaded your site that it timed out completely on some page loads, and threw a database access error, probably due to the way GoDaddy configures their database servers. But the one I was trying to reach may have just gotten a restart or something.
If you haven't already, open up the developer tools that are starting to be included with all the major browsers - I use the Firefox add-on Firebug to see all this information. Also, the site yougetsignal.com has a nice assortment of network troubleshooting tools.
I'll move out of GoDaddy soon. But I wonder if the lag in load time could be more than just a GoDaddy issue.
That site is in America and your server is in Singapore so latencies will be huge. If you are going to use their background image (and you have permission etc) then download it and reference it locally.
In terms of the DB error (which I saw too). Make sure your site is set to show errors (debug mode rather than production). This sort of thing is usually caused by a typo in the config.php (missing quote etc) and production mode will hide a shedload of errors.
With reference tohttp://yourdomain.com/packages/theme_slate/themes/slate/images/back...
the source is from my main.css line 721. But i double checked main.css, it only has til line 719
Is there such thing as Ghost?
And I just plug and play the package I from the market place, so I don't know how to get into "edit mode".
The solution was to change my web hosting services from godaddy to hostgator.