Support » Plugin: Page Speed Optimization » Disable For Logged-In Users?

  • Hey there,

    We’ve finally gotten around to testing your plugin — very nice!

    Question: Is there not a way to disable optimization in general and certain optimizations in particular for logged in users? Or in specific situations, like when previewing posts/pages?

    I ask because we noticed that certain page builders and certain versions of page builders ‘break’ when previewing new posts/pages as there are often scripts/styles loaded for previews that are not loaded on the front end.

    Also, when using Autoptimize with Autoptimize disabled for logged in users, page/post previews generally do not render correctly as this plugin is applying optimizations that otherwise do not work or are not applied to the front end in the same manner when AO is active on the front end but excluded in your plugin from optimization.

    Be well,
    AJ

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  • Plugin Author Optimalisatie.nl

    (@optimalisatie)

    Hi AJ,

    Thank you for your feedback!

    The plugin is originally a quickly setup tool that was used for professional optimization projects. Based on user feedback and demand it evolved into a more mature plugin.

    We are currently working on a new plugin that will be more advanced, and also more reliable so that it will be possible to use the plugin with documentation.

    In regards to your questions.

    1) Yes, you can define DONOTABTF. You can control it with PHP, e.g. to disable the plugin for specific users.

    2) We will investigate it for the next update of the plugin. The plugin will be completely redone in the next update. Support for other plugins will be removed while it offers improved solutions. For example, the following “PHP” CSS optimization options will be made available. Concatenation will be improved greatly as well (better speed, custom groups etc).

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