Your performance score is being penalized for not serving compressed assets (css+json):
I am not sure how this was working earlier but not any more ... I could check a few things if you have FTP for me.
Is it slower now?
It would certainly help if your server compressed those assets, but it is unlikely that it is slower than before. The page performance scores are only based on "best practices", and don't even rate the pure output performance. You still have plenty of performance benefits from latest version that don't sum in in google pagespeed.
, your site is rated 97%
You would likely get a 99% score if the "vary" header was set, and this is related to the lack of compression on your website:
Both the issues above could be automatically solved by using Cloudflare
service, but it would be good to get things working perfectly on your server first, regardless.
Although the main issue in google pagespeed is lack of compression, you could also gain a few points by optimizing your logo.
Pagespeed wrote:Optimize images
Properly formatting and compressing images can save many bytes of data.
Optimize the following images to reduce their size by 18.9KiB (78% reduction).
Losslessly compressing http://www.jcarloscruz.com/content/cust ... lanca2.png
could save 18.9KiB (78% reduction).