WordPress Plugin

Asset CleanUp Pro 1.2.0.2 Performance WordPress Plugin

Asset CleanUp Pro 1.2.0.2 – There are often times when you are using a theme and a number of plugins which are enabled and run on the same page. However, you don’t need to use all of them and to improve the speed of your website and make the HTML source code cleaner, it’s better to prevent those styles and scripts from loading.


Asset CleanUp Pro 1.2.0.2 WordPress Plugin Features:
  • Minify remaining loaded CSS & JavaScript files
  • Combine remaining loaded CSS & JavaScript files into fewer files from eachandlocation
  • Manage CSS & JavaScript files on Homepage, Posts, Pages & Custom Post Types
  • Inline JavaScript Files
  • Defer CSS loaded in theto reduce render-blocking resources
  • Manage CSS & JavaScript files on Categories, Tags, Custom Taxonomy pages, Date &
  • Inline CSS Files
  • Bulk Unloads: Everywhere (Site-Wide), On Specific Pages & Post Types, Add load exceptions
  • Remove unused elements from theandincluding the following link tags
  • Manage the CSS & JavaScript files within the Dashboard (default) and Front-end view (bottom of the page) if chosen
  • Enable “Test Mode” to only apply the plugin’s changes for the logged-in administrator for debugging purposes
  • Site-Wide Unload For Common Elements that are often unused such as: WordPress
  • Emojis, jQuery Migrate, Comment Reply (if not using WP as a blog)
  • Disable XML-RPC Protocol Support partially or completely
  • Show the file sizes for each loaded CSS & JavaScript file including external ones
  • Priority in releasing new features & other improvements (updates that are meant for both Lite and Pro plugins are first released to the Pro users)
  • Move CSS & JavaScript files fromto(to reduce render-blocking) or vice-versa (for very early triggering)
  • Apply “async” and “defer” attributes to loaded JavaScript files
  • Author Archive Pages, Search Results & 404 Not Found pages
Plugin Demo:


Download:

How to Install:

  • Download the *.zip file above
  • Please Login to WordPress
  • Goto Plugin Section
  • Select Add New
  • Click Upload Plugin
  • Select the downloaded plugin
  • Click Install Now
  • Activate Plugin
  • Done

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