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Async JS and CSS

Converts render-blocking CSS and JS files into NON-render-blocking, improving performance of web page.

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4 stars
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5 stars
It works!
By , for WP 3.6.1

Nifty plugin. Does what it says!

5 stars
Efficiency
By , for WP 3.5.1

Dear Sirs,

Well, i´m impressed with this plugin, that´s awesome!! :)

The first thing that happens, is that you have a website, then, you realize that your website must be fast to provide a good experience to your visitor. So you go to pagespeed and get some advices to improve the functions.

Cache / Cache Web Browser / Images / Minify JS and CSS / Gzip / Deferredfunctions.js / ASYNC JS AND CSS.

I think one of the most important things: ASYNC JS AND CSS.

Your website must fast, visitors don´t like and don´t have time to slow things... So, the content must be first, JS and CSS load asynchronous, and make the show happen!

Every website, must have a different experience with this plugin, at my theme, some adjusts were need, and now that´s working NICE ! :)

It gives you the chance to put some very important files at an exception list, which is very good to separate things and do a better administration of loading settings.

And i want to thank the plugin´s author, that is a very helpfull person, and he look like to be in a mission to improve more and more this wonderful work!

Thanks and Regards,

Tony

5 stars
Solves This Issue Very Well
By ,

Very please with this - my site currently returning 100% on Google's Page Speed Test!

5 stars
Breaks a lot of scripts
By , for WP 3.6.1

Broke a lot of my important scripts that I cannot deactivate, as they're important to the functionality of my site.

But it's a good idea ... and with your help, I believe I got this working.

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