Re: There's a Liquid Error on my Front Page

How can I fix a Liquid Error and improve page load speed?

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1. I am not a programmar but I am trying to remove codes that I do not use anymore on my website. But now I found an issue. At the top of my page, there now states " Liquid Error". 


I have been trying to find where would this error be, but I could not remove it.


2. I have also tried to remove images, and close up blogs (as I read that this could be one of the reasons in which why a page load so slow), is there any other way to increase speed of page loading?


Can someone please help? 

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Shopify Staff
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Hi there, @CazD


Thanks for posting in the Community today about your theme coding situation. I'm happy to take a few moments here to provide some insight into your coding error and your store speed question.


I could see the liquid error message present on the top of your home page when I visited your website. It looks like the error is referencing the Bold Subscriptions application. Do you currently have this application installed in your store? Have you ever had it installed in your store in the past? 


In situations like these where the messaging it making reference to a third party application, I suggest that you reach out to the Bold Subscriptions App Developers as they should be able to specifically pinpoint what in your theme coding is causing this issue. If you like, you can contact our live support team and they can begin a support hand-off to the Bold developers so you can get some support directly from Bold in terms of rectifying that error. You can access your live support team at the following link here


When it comes to your store speed, your store loaded up for me pretty quickly! If you're looking to attempt to speed things up a bit more, closing down those blogs and using .png files for your images could help. I have a link to a Shopify document on store speed here that you will likely find helpful when it comes to improving your speed and understanding what it means. A quick Google search will also yield several helpful third party resources on improving your Shopify store speed. 


If you have any questions regarding the above information, just reply to this thread and let me know. 

Imogen | Social Care @ Shopify 
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