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  • Thread Starter Frederic Legrand

    (@fredericlegrand)

    Also
    you shoul add a video tutorial to teach how to use chrome > devtool > coverage

    Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @fredericlegrand I agree that those options would be good to have for taxonomy pages. I remember they are not showing at this time on the “Overview” page which is not so good especially if you set it on one page and you forgot about it. I’ve noticed people doing this setting, forgetting about it, and then wondering why no CSS optimization is done on that page. I’ll make sure to add these changes to “Overview” so everyone could see them and to the other CSS/JS managers including the front-end view (where there are no options meta box).

    I thought the posts about COverage in the documentation would be enough – https://www.assetcleanup.com/docs/how-to-check-if-gutenberg-blocks-css-file-is-needed-or-not/ – but I guess I was wrong as there are still people who email me and have no clue that Coverage even exists. Out of curiosity, what’s your personal preference? A post with text or a video explaining a certain tool such as Coverage?

    Thread Starter Frederic Legrand

    (@fredericlegrand)

    On welcome screen or any screen of your plugin the tutorial should obvious with buttons (red)

    Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @fredericlegrand you might be right as you’ll be surprised by the number of tickets I’m getting about people not knowing what CSS files to unload and in over 90% of the cases, just by briefly checking the URLs via Coverage, they have hundreds of KB of unused CSS/JS that can be easily unloaded. Some even blame the plugin for not helping them get a higher PageSpeed score.

    As that saying goes, I wish I had a dollar for every time someones asks me what assets are unused and need to be unloaded 😀

    Thread Starter Frederic Legrand

    (@fredericlegrand)

    Did you see the new wprocket fonction to remove unused CSS?
    Beta version did fail on my install but sweet fonction
    You should look at it

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