Support » Plugin: Getwid - Gutenberg Blocks » Performance Optimization tested on multisite with PHP 8 and Asset Cleanup

  • Resolved Bjarne Oldrup

    (@oldrup)


    Hey! Thank you so much for this great plugin..

    I just wanted to pitch in regarding the beta Performance Optimization settings, and report that I am testing it on two different sites, the most complex one a WordPress multi-site installation running PHP 8 and the Asset Clean-up plugin, and its smooth sailing.

    I previously used Asset Clean-up to remove assets from plugins like Getwid where they were not used, but I have now removed those bulk unload settings, letting Getwid handle the dynamic loading of assets, and it appears to work very well.

    The only Getwid related file loaded globally now, is the small getwid.min.css. It’s less than 1 kB, so I’m not concerned. Is it mandatory?

    Keep up the great work!
    Bjarne

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  • Alex M

    (@alexandermatienkogmailcom)

    Thank you for your kind words.

    As far as I can see getwid.min.css is from the Blocksy theme
    /wp-content/themes/blocksy/static/bundle/getwid.min.css
    And it’s the next part of optimization.

    By the way you can combine all css files into one bundle with the Autoptimize plugin that works well on our projects.

    Thread Starter Bjarne Oldrup

    (@oldrup)

    Oh. Yeah, you are right. Should have investigated further. 😉

    Super neat, the Performance Optimization option. More plugins could benefit from an approach like that.

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