Simple Custom CSS
[resolved] General question (4 posts)

  1. Tony Franco
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Dear Sirs,

    Because of your knowledge, maybe you could help me.. i´m new to all this..

    I started to look for to improve speed of site, and i saw that some CSS and JS are used in pages that it has not to work...

    I ask you, if there is a plugin, that make the JS and CSS of some plugin works just in page that it has to work...?

    Thanks in advance and my apologies by a question out of the plugin..




  2. bjorsq
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Plugins should use the correct methods to enqueue their CSS and Javascript, and if it is not needed sitewide (for instance if the plugin generates a custom post type, and these are the only pages which use it), it shouldn't be queued sitewide. Some plugins will add shortcodes which need CSS or Javascript - as the plugin author doesn't know which page the shortcode is going to be used on, it's easiest to enqueue it for all pages.

    If you have a lot of plugins adding a lot of CSS/JS, and your site is reasonably stable, you could try moving all the CSS/JS to single master files, and edit out the call to wp_head() in your theme header (or use wp_dequeue_script in yout theme's functions.php file to prevent them from being queued)

  3. Tony Franco
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello bjorsq,

    Thanks by your reply!

    I´m using now php speedy, and it generates 2 php files of css and js.

    How could i put this php css file at the head? could you help me saying step by step to do it?

    Thanks by your patience!!



  4. John Regan
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Marking as Resolved.

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