How CSS/JS are created within the caching directory

The purpose of the CSS/JS caching directory which by default is /wp-content/cache/asset-cleanup/ (it can be changed to a custom location) is allowing faster access to optimized files (e.g. minified/combined or altered in any way) and save resources by avoiding the optimization to be performed on each page request. For example, you might have 20 stylesheet […]

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Clearing CSS/JS Files Caching

Cached versions of the loaded CSS/JS files are generated and stored in /wp-content/cache/asset-cleanup/ (or a directory that you choose) if you’re using any of the options from these tabs, within “Settings” -> “Minify CSS & JS Files”, “Combine CSS & JS Files”. The moment you use “Clear CSS/JS Files Cache” from the Admin Bar’s “Asset […]

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How to change the CSS & JS storage directory

Whenever an external CSS/JS file has to be altered due to any of settings applied in the plugin (this includes: Minify/Combine CSS/JS, altering @font-face for CSS, altering Google Fonts URL, inline large CSS/JS files), a storage directory for the minified & concatenated files are needed so that the optimized files are retrieved much faster when […]

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