Support » Plugin: Autoptimize » Do the job quite well (My Review)

  • amsaswata


    Autoptimize is far good to do the job of combining the “CSS, JS, and HTML”. I still not seeing that it break my webpages or anything else. But yap it may depend on your settings.

    Here are my AO settings:

    1. Tick on “Aggregate all linked JS-files to have them loaded non-render blocking? If this option is off, the individual JS-files will remain in place but will be minified.”

    2. Tick on “Aggregate all linked CSS-files? If this option is off, the individual CSS-files will remain in place but will be minified.”

    3. Tick on “Check this option for Autoptimize to also aggregate CSS in the HTML.”

    4. Tick on ” Inlining all CSS can improve performance for sites with a low pageviews/ visitor-rate, but may slow down performance otherwise.”

    5. Tick on “Optimize HTML Code?”

    6. Tick on ” By default files saved are static css/js, uncheck this option if your webserver doesn’t properly handle the compression and expiry.”

    7. Tick on ” When aggregating JS or CSS, excluded files that are not minified (based on filename) are by default minified by Autoptimize despite being excluded. Uncheck this option if anything breaks despite excluding.”

    8. Tick on “By default Autoptimize is also active for logged on users, uncheck not to optimize when logged in e.g. to use a pagebuilder.”

    P.S.: It may work best with these settings (Personal experience, solve all the problems in google page speed, for better results use Cloudflare too and enable Minify JS, CSS, and HTML) but the size of cache may increase too soon.

    ***Please check before applying these, I am not responsible for any issue. Thanks

    • This topic was modified 1 month ago by amsaswata.
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