Support » Plugin: Asset CleanUp: Page Speed Booster » CSS files are not minfied

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  • Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @erezspeiser I’ve loaded your website a few times and it seems the CSS files are not minified indeed. When did you first notice this? Has this happening since the latest update to v1.3.6.3 or was it like that for a while? Both files you mentioned should have been minified.

    Thread Starter erezspeiser

    (@erezspeiser)

    I am using the Plugin for a long while and since the beginning the minify option was on. Yesterday was the first time I checked it, so I have no idea how long it is like this.
    Thanks
    Erez

    Thread Starter erezspeiser

    (@erezspeiser)

    So how do we fix it ?

    Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @erezspeiser I’ve checked your website again and made a few tests, but I can’t find the problem without extra debugging. Please send me your “System Info” from “Tools” privayrly via https://gabelivan.com/contact/ as it contains sensitive information and I could check the plugins that you have enabled there in case there’s a conflict.

    I’m frankly surprised about it as based on how the HTML source looks, it should work fine. Did you remember installing any plugin before noticing this problem? Was it always like this?

    Thread Starter erezspeiser

    (@erezspeiser)

    Hi,

    I sent the system info by email to Gabriel Livan <support@assetcleanup.com>
    I don’t know if the problem is new, since the first time I checked it was a few days ago.
    So maybe it is new, but maybe also form the beginning.

    One thing that might be connected is that I started to write my custom CSS is SaSS syntax. Which is converted to CSS by the theme customizer (Jetpack). On the other hand, this is relevant only to the custom CSS file, and I noticed that also the theme CSS files are not minified.

    Thanks
    Erez

    Thread Starter erezspeiser

    (@erezspeiser)

    Hello

    I have sent you the system info a week ago, and still no reply.
    Please help to resolve the issue.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @erezspeiser sorry about not getting back to you on time! I’ve checked it out, but couldn’t debug at that time and it seems like an isolated issue. That would require debugging by editing the PHP code or by unloading the plugins on-page request, something which is available for the admin.

    I want to make it up to you an provide you a license of the Pro version OR extended the period for the current one if you already went Pro. I noticed you also wrote to me on private when you provided your “System Info” (which looked fine at the time I checked it, shortly after you reported the problem). I’ll leave you a reply via email as soon as possible!

    Thread Starter erezspeiser

    (@erezspeiser)

    Than you Gabe for getting back to me privately and for looking into the problem.
    Your effort and support are appreciated.

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @erezspeiser no problem! I hope that one day, more features will be available for the WordPress.com websites. To anyone reading this topic: if you are having a website hosting with WordPress.com, then there are limitations in terms of using Asset CleanUp (Lite or Pro). You can unload CSS/JS files to make the website lighter. However, options like minify/combine and writing files to the caching directory are not guaranteed to work at this time! Asset CleanUp is guaranteed to work (any of its features) for self-hosted (WordPress.org) websites.

    Thread Starter erezspeiser

    (@erezspeiser)

    Could you please make a more detailed list of what features in the PRO/FREE version are guaranteed to work under wordpress.com

    For example:
    Plugin Manager?
    Defer? Async?
    Move from head to body?
    Sitewide common unloads?
    etc….

    Thanks!

    Hi,

    My 2cts here, as it may help. Not to find the cause, but maybe to have a workaround.
    Well, I’ll be as precise as possible, maybe it will help you or Gabe Livan.
    I was working on inline script minification (CDATA) and checking the result through minified/combined JS thanks to wpacu, clearing CSS/JS cache a lot. But only at the last change I made, when I finally got my code fully minified, the minified/combined JS file I checked was combined, but not minified.
    In fact, already minified JS (as the one I was working on) where minified, but others that would have need to be minified weren’t. At first I reverted my last changes, thinking it was the cause, but nothing worked…
    Finally I simply swiped the whole wp-content/cache/asset-cleanup directory, forcing the plug-in to recompute everything and IT WORKED.
    I tried to recreate this to understand, but never succeded. Not a big deal as everything’s alright now.

    Did you try that?

    Hope it helps, as this plugin helps on an every day basis. 🙂

    Thread Starter erezspeiser

    (@erezspeiser)

    Thanks

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