Support » Plugin: Asset CleanUp: Page Speed Booster » Awesome BUT BUGS

  • soumahmed

    (@soumahmed)


    It is an awesome plugin to eliminate unnecessary things to load up on pages and posts BUT it has bugs, the one that i found is that it will keep caching even if we have turned off caching mode. I have 100% proof because i use a plugin called cartflows and it wasn’t updating, i contacted dev and he fixed it LIVE in front of me and all he did was press the “clear CSS/JSS files cache” of the assetcleanup button at the top menu and the plugin updated. It was a caching error. BUT WHY? I didn’t told assetcleanup to cache. It is turned off in the settings.

    • This topic was modified 10 months ago by soumahmed.
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  • Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @soumahmed thank you for your review & feedback! I’ll gladly look into any issue/bug related to Asset CleanUp.

    the one that i found is that it will keep caching even if we have turned off caching mode

    In Asset CleanUp there’s no way to just turn off caching mode. The CSS/JS files that are minified/combined/altered in way for performance are stored/cached in the /wp-content/cache/asset-cleanup/ directory. This is done to process the files quicker (rather than re-creating them as lots of resources could be used that way) whenever the pages are loaded. Together with a caching plugin such as WP Fastest Cache or WP Rocket, the pages will load blazing fast.

    I have 100% proof because i use a plugin called cartflows and it wasn’t updating, i contacted dev and he fixed it LIVE in front of me and all he did was press the “clear CSS/JSS files cache” of the assetcleanup button at the top menu and the plugin updated.

    What exactly have you tried to update in CartFlows? Depending on the server-side caching you’re using and whatever settings you’ve applied, you sometimes need to use “Clear CSS/JS files cache” to re-built the saved optimized CSS/JS files in the directory I mentioned above. The feature is there for a reason. I understand Asset CleanUp might interfere with CartFlows and the more information you can provide about it, the better! I’d like to look into it!

    PS: In pages such as Cart and Checkout, you can keep Asset CleanUp’s rules disabled to make sure that in case you unloaded a JS file (or CSS sometimes) by mistake, it won’t break any functionality during the Checkout process. Also, caching plugins such as WP Rocket never do any optimization to the Cart and Checkout pages.

    Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @soumahmed how it’s going with Asset CleanUp? Have you been using it lately? Is everything alright now?

    soumahmed

    (@soumahmed)

    Yes, everything with Asset CleanUp is fine for now!

    Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @soumahmed I’m glad to hear that! It would be great if you can update your rating if you believe things have changed to the good in terms of the quality of the plugin.

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