• Resolved mkampitsch



    I was doing some research regarding page speed and found out, that your plugin loads many scripts and styles (e.g. admin.css ) on the frontend.

    Are these scripts and styles necessary on the frontend when I’m not logged in? If so, why?

    Thank you!

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  • Plugin Support George Botsev


    Hello and thank you for contacting us.
    As far as I am aware, we are not loading admin.css on the front end.
    Are you sure that our plugin does that?
    Please check if you are running any caching plugin and try and switch it off and test after clearing browser cache.
    I am unable to reproduce the same issue on my test install – so it would be good if you can provide steps on how to reproduce that problem.

    Hi George,

    thanks. Looks like you fixed it in version 4.1 as described in another support thread.


    Plugin Support George Botsev


    Good to hear that this was already fixed in one of our previous releases 🙂
    Thank you for getting back to us to tell us that!

    if you have any other issues – feel free to contact us again.
    Have a nice day!

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