This option is only needed to be enabled if you already have a CDN set on your websites such as KeyCDN (which is compatible with the WordPress plugin “CDN Enabler – WordPress CDN Plugin“) and the URL to the cached CSS/JS files from Asset CleanUp Pro has not been already updated. The CDN can be […]
There were reports of the Pro version randomly being deactivated in certain environments when everything is looking good (no errors of any kind). Although these are isolated cases, there have been a larger number of reports as for today, 8 September 2020. Therefore, a plugin called “Asset CleanUp Pro: Keep it always active” has been […]
Why are the unload settings that I’ve applied for CSS/JS files not taking any effect when I visit the page?
Whenever you unload certain CSS/JS files, you expect to either see an immediate increase in the Google PageSpeed Insights / GTMetrix score or not loaded when you test the page in Incognito (visiting it as a guest, while you’re not logged-in). However, this doesn’t always happen. Here are a few known causes: 1) You’re using […]
Reminder: This option is available in the Pro version starting from v220.127.116.11 and you have to be comfortable connecting via SFTP (or use any other way to edit your PHP files) in order to use some WordPress code snippets for the usage of “wpacu_critical_css” filter hook. Before starting, please check if you already have critical […]
You’ve improved the Google PageSpeed / GTMetrix score of your website and you can visible see an improvement in the loading time of your pages. Great news! You will likely change the plugin’s settings once in a while from now on (e.g. whenever you will add a new plugin). Now, let’s do some extra checks […]
There are situations when you might want to exclude the plugin from loading any of its functionality on certain pages. For instance, you could have errors due to a conflict with another optimisation plugin or you are worried that some global rules you’ve applied are affecting the page’s functionality. Or, you have pages that barely […]
Sometimes, there are updates/bug fixes made to the development version (which can be considered something between the current version and the next version that will be released) which would be pushed to the next version. This is usually done to allow test driving of certain features that were requested before finish changes are made to […]