This plugin allows you to do the following: 1. Change the order that your plugins are loaded. 2. Selectively disable plugins by any post type or wordp
Congratulations structure of your plugin.
The efficiency is excellent.
You need to create rules for all developers to build in the same way and explain them in detail.
There are many who do not deserve to show your weak or inefficient work to a directory of the importance of wordpress.
It ought to be built in to WordPress itself. I have been using it for a year and I would not be without it now. Keep up the excellent work and many, many thanks for making all my sites faster.
This Plugin is absolutely perfect ! Works like a charm..
Thanks for this !
Thanks so much for this, this is so much better than manually handling it (where possible) in functions.php. Great job.
A very good plugin.
It would have been great if it had a consuming fewer resources.
Thank you very much for your work.
Very useful plugin!! ;)
Me ha ayudado ha acomodar un sitio que con diferentes plugins me ocasionaban multiples rupturan con jquery y otras cosas
ahora en las pagina especificas puedo colocar las cosas que quiero y les digo que plugin cargar y no
a mi para lo que necesitaba me ha funcionado de lujo
I can't say how happy I am that I found this plugin. I was about to hire an external firm to optimize our platform that had page loading time above 12 seconds. They quotes us for about 15,000$. It was a major concern but all of the +70 plugins we are using are necessary.
However, like most plugins, they are not necessary on ALL pages.
Thanks to Plugin Organizer we've cut our category pages loading time by 3! From 12 seconds to about 3.5seconds. DB queries went from +340 to about 120-130 queries.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Great idea, great plugin!
Plugin Organizer is simply outstanding. We have just too many plugins that load unnesssarily on every page, especially the home page. I was able to selectively disable many from loading on the home page, which significantly improved page load. Then we do the same with all our other pages.
Documentation can be better (unless I can't seem to find it). But the developer is active in the support forum, which is always a good thing.