Maybe that element is dynamically changed on page load,
depending on many factors.
You should examine source code of the given web page and
find - determine best solution for your case.
Experiment with other selectors provided by BAS, besides
CSS selector, or find your own constant selectors based
on web page source code
Here you can learn more about selectors >
You should absolutely try to block images. Either add Request Mask Deny, or it can also be done in browser settings itself. (Site Settings -> Images -> Don't allow).
Though, the actual game changer is reusing cache as stated in @morpheus93 linked article. All the images that are considered static and could be cache-controlled will be reused from cache. At the same time, any fingerprinting images would still be loaded, as their requests should have some no-cache control headers, thus they always skip cache.
@hellomembersha said in Database restart where left off:
@Fox If I want to filter database for any lines NOT matching a specific date in one of the columns how would I do that? It would be a reverse filter basically.
In the standard database module, the "not equal" condition exists only for the "int" data type, which means you can write a date in milliseconds to a column with this data type and then use a filter with the "not equal" condition