I made a site that's basically a site asking people to vote for a person and the first page mostly shows a picture of a person which is what the site is about. Most of the text is underneath and scrolling is required to retrieve it.
Google then complains with:
Prioritize visible content
Your page requires additional network round trips to render the above-the-fold content. For best performance, reduce the amount of HTML needed to render above-the-fold content.
The entire HTML response was not sufficient to render the above-the-fold content. This usually indicates that additional resources, loaded after HTML parsing, were required to render above-the-fold content. Prioritize visible content that is needed for rendering above-the-fold by including it directly in the HTML response.
Only about 60% of the final above-the-fold content could be rendered with the full HTML response
Is there something I can add to an HTTP header or HTML to make google page-speed insights not put up this error about my site?
After all, visitors will want to know what the person looks like before taking any other action on the site which currently is a link to the voting page as well as a link for instructions on voting, and I doubt people will read the remaining text since the message is loud and clear in the large title itself which is the only thing above the picture.