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hi professionals, not sure if i have posted in the right section as i am stuck with some css and iframe

 

Basically i am trying to use a third party iframe from my sub domain which works fine but i am failing the lighthouse speed check with the message

 

Preload Key Requests

 

My iframe when i try to put preload doesnt work and breaks CSS, just wondering if there is a way around it

 

<iframe title="campervanhire" height="400" src="https://MYSUBDOMAIN.compareandchoose.com.au/affiliates.html?rel=search&selected_country=AU&style=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.compareandchoose.com.au%2Fcss%2Fmotor.css"></iframe>

 

Anyone have any ideas

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ok i am trying to load the iframe, the below works fine

<iframe title="campervanhire" height="400" src="https://MYSUBDOMAIN.compareandchoose.com.au/affiliates.html?rel=search&selected_country=AU&style=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.compareandchoose.com.au%2Fcss%2Fmotor.css"></iframe>

 

I tried pre-loading the frame and then the css IE

<link rel="preload" href="https://MYSUBDOMAIN.compareandchoose.com.au/affiliates.html?rel=search&selected_country=AU" as="document">
<link rel="preload" href="https://www.compareandchoose.com.au/css/motor.css" as="style" />

 

but i get stuck there because it breaks the layout/styling of the iframe, so not sure if there is another way around this

 

 

 

 

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ok i understand but still confused

If i load the iframe from the .com.au domain to the 3rd party subdomain IE motorhomes. is the cname all for .com.au i get really low page speed saying preload key requests

<iframe src="//motorhomes.compareandchoose.com.au/affiliates.html?rel=search&selected_country=US&pickup_location=Orlando&dropoff_location=Orlando&style=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.compareandchoose.com.au%2Fcss%2Fmotor.css"></iframe>

So basically this on on the same domain above produces the perload key requests error

but if i load it where the source is from the .com.au domain but pointing it to the com domains code there is no preload key requests error

<frame  src="//motorhomes.compareandchoose.com/affiliates.html?rel=search&selected_country=US&pickup_location=Orlando&dropoff_location=Orlando&style=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.compareandchoose.com%2Fcss%2Fmotor.css"></iframe>

 

So i guess with the motorhomes. cname on its own server the browser is thinking its the same place and asking for the preload  am i totally wrong here

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Use the correct domain name for the URL. I don't know what it is. You might not even know what it is. But one of those two should be the "proper" domain.

If your tool thing complains about preloading then add preloading. Which you do by preloading the actual URL that your page wants to load. Not that it makes sense to preload something that's being embedded right into the page...

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