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  • Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    (@futtta)

    autoptimize indeed can’t change anything about external links I’m afraid @ositive.

    frank

    And just the last question: autoptimize can’t change “reduce server response time”, right? That is, that problem is only related to the hosting service provider settings/resources?

    Please, if you have any advice on how to face external css / js links problem, let me know 🙂 (i.e. way to identify the code that call external link, way to report external link in internal resources..)

    Thanks!!!
    Ositive

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    (@futtta)

    And just the last question: autoptimize can’t change “reduce server response time”, right? That is, that problem is only related to the hosting service provider settings/resources?

    well yes and no … when configured incorrectly, AO could increase (initial) server response time, cfr. http://blog.futtta.be/2017/01/18/how-to-make-autoptimize-even-faster/

    Having a page cache (plugin) comes highly recommended and will help you both lessen problems with CSS/ JS complexity and hosting service provider limitations.

    Please, if you have any advice on how to face external css / js links problem, let me know

    well, the jquery-ui.css one is -if I’m not mistaking- introduced by woocommerce but I don’t know why/ where it is used (not a WC-specialist I’m afraid).

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