WordPress Assets manager, dequeue scripts, dequeue styles

Description

You should know that, a lot of WordPress plugins developers forget performance when creating plugins. This means that a lot of them load self scripts/styles on every single post and or page of your site. This is not good, because it slows your site down.

That’s why we created the WP Asset manager, with it, you can choose which scripts and styles should be loaded on the page, and which ones do not. One example of this would be with the Contact Form 7 plugin. With two clicks you can disable it everywhere except for on your contact page.

THIS PLUGIN’S BENEFITS INCLUDE

Decreases number of HTTP requests loaded (important for faster load)
Reduces the HTML code of the actual page (that’s even better if GZIP compression is enabled)
Makes source code easier to scan in case you’re a developer and want to search for something
Remove possible conflicts between plugins/theme (e.g. 2 JavaScript files that are loading from different plugins and they interfere one with another)
Better performance score if you test your URL on websites such as GTmetrix, PageSpeed Insights, Pingdom Website Speed Test
Google will love your website more as it would be faster and fast page load is nowadays a factor in search ranking
Your server access log files (e.g the Apache ones) will be easier to scan and would take less space on your server

We used some useful functions from plugins Asset Queue Manager, WP Asset CleanUp (Page Speed Optimizer), Clearfy – disable unused features, wp disable, Disabler, Admin Tweaks

Translations

  • English – default, always included
  • French – Thank you very much to user (kingteamdunet)
  • Russian

If you want to help with the translation, please contact me through this site or through the contacts inside the plugin.

Recommended separate modules

We invite you to check out a few other related free plugins that our team has also produced that you may find especially useful:

Screenshots

  • Control panel
  • Assets manager

Installation

  1. Upload the plugin folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. The plugin settings can be accessed via the ‘Settings’ menu in the administration area (either your site administration for single-site installs).

Reviews

Latest update blackmails user to go premium

I was using this plugin to control my scripts and plugins. A lot of work to set up as I have a big and complex site. Updated to the latest version to find my site was broken. Why? Because previously free features have been made premium. For example I was using this plugin to control what pages Contact Form 7 script loaded on. However no longer an option in the free version. Disgusting practice by plugin author. Tantamount to blackmail.

This free plugin is a must-have

Does the job. Solves a major WP issue. No need to buy a premium plugin for the task.

Easy to use. Dequeuing plugin scripts except on wanted pages is a breeze.

Many thanks to the developper.

great plugin

great plugin i really like it and i want the author support it and upgrade it with the lastest versions of wordpress also i will donate you so you can have resources to keep this plugin up to date…

Excellent Plugin

This plugin is very clearly well developed and a ton of time put into it. I’ve seen immediate security, useability, and performance improvements on my site.

Works Great

Be sure to test each option carefully, as you can disable functions on your site if you’re not careful.

Greatly sped up my Lighthouse page speed scores.

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Contributors & Developers

“WordPress Assets manager, dequeue scripts, dequeue styles” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

1.0.7

  • Fixed: Added compatibility with ithemes sync
  • Fixed: Minor style fixes

1.0.6

  • Fixed: Fixed a bug when the interface did not open on the frontend.

1.0.5

Great update:
* We completely changed the interface design. Now it is more convenient for visual inspection of resource files.
* Fixed: All errors that users have reported about
* Added: Multisite support
* Added: New logic disabled scripts and styles
* Added: You can exclude assets from optimizing for Autoptimize and Clearfy plugins.
* Added: You can exclude resource files for which you do not need to remove the query string.
* Added: You can see which plugin the style file belongs to and the js file.

1.0.4

  • Fixed: Update core
  • Fixed: Compatibility with others plugin

1.0.3

  • Fixed: Compatibility with Clearfy plugin
  • Fixed: The plugin interface did not work and the styles were not loaded due to security settings
  • ADDED: Plugin options caching to reduce database queries for 90%. Clearfy became lighter and faster.
  • ADDED: Compress and cache the plugin core files, to reduce the load on the admin panel

1.0.2

  • Fixed: Core bugs
  • Fixed: Problems with the fonts in the assets manager

1.0.0

  • Plugin release