Support » Plugin: Flying Scripts by WP Speed Matters » How to find the keywords?

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  • Plugin Author Gijo Varghese

    (@gijo)

    @holidaystory17

    Scripts from YouTube are probably from iFrame. In that case adding those JS files to Flying Scripts won’t help. Instead lazy load those YouTube videos. FlyingPress can do it (https://flying-press.com).

    Regarding rest of the JS files, check if they are visible in HTML. Search for “OneSignalPageSDKES6.js” and “dmedianet.js”. If so add both to Flying Scripts.

    If you can’t find them in HTML, it’s probably inserted by some other JS file. You can use Chrome dev tools network monitor -> Initiator to see which file triggered that download.

    Thread Starter Ruma Dey Baidya

    (@holidaystory17)

    Thanks for the quick reply.

    I found bellow js in network tool :-

    dmedianet.js
    cuelinksv2.js
    OneSignalSDK.js

    Please refer this

    https://ibb.co/5FW5Sm2

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    shall I use the keyword with “js” or without?

    Plugin Author Gijo Varghese

    (@gijo)

    @holidaystory17 yes, try adding dmedianet.js, cuelinksv2.js, OneSignalSDK.js to the keywords.

    Adding “js” will delay all JS files. Every script will not be compatible with such delays. Also never delay a script that is essential for the initial render.

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