Support » Plugin: Autoptimize » problem or issue using autoptimize and divi

  • Resolved roycordero

    (@roycordero)


    I’ve been using autoptimize very well for years, but recently I changed the subject to divi and now I have problems, I would like to know if you can help me because all I have been able to do is disable autoptimize and the problem goes away …

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • I had similar issue, because Divi offers their own minification of assets, which conflicted with Autoptimize. This meant one of the 2 must go away. After some performance testing, I disable the divi’s minification from:

    Divi > General > Minify And Combine Javascript Files
    Divi > General > Minify And Combine CSS Files

    Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    Morning Roy;
    Can you describe what problems you’re running into? Is it when editing content or when on the front-end as a visitor?

    frank

    ok this is my page without autoptimize activated it looks very wide across the screen
    https://prnt.sc/p7y4cb

    now this is the same page but with autoptimize activated, it shrinks to the left
    https://prnt.sc/p7y5us

    These are the options I have in the autoptimize
    https://prnt.sc/p7y805

    Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    OK, let’s try to narrow the issue down by just disabling CSS or JS or Image optimization (incl. lazyload)?

    hope this helps,
    frank

    ok i did it i started with

    1 disable the js and it stayed the same,
    2 then disable the css and it was corrected…
    3 I re-enabled the js
    4 enable the css and shrugged again
    5 disable embed and delay CSS? and corrected…

    inside Embed and delay CSS? I had several things that I don’t remember but I don’t know if they are important or how I can recover them…

    but thanks now I will see some tutorials on youtube again to see how to improve it again.

    Oh, a problem has arisen and I really don’t know if this is the reason but after finishing the steps described above I went to plugins to reactivate MalCare WordPress Security, Firewall & Malware Scanner plugin because I had deactivated it to be able to disable js and css since He wouldn’t let me do it because he said it was an act of malware …

    but after finishing fixing the autoptimize when trying to reactivate the MalCare WordPress Security, Firewall & Malware Scanner I got a red letter warning saying that it could not be activated because It caused a fatal error, but … if it had been activated … then I tried it and now every plugin I try to activate comes out the error in red and another warning …

    https://prnt.sc/p81w2r

    This happens with every old plugin that I try to activate, but the strange thing is that they are activated and seem to work …

    I test it by installing any other plugins and activating and deactivating it does well without problems…

    Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    inside Embed and delay CSS? I had several things that I don’t remember but I don’t know if they are important or how I can recover them…

    ah, you’ll have to re-generated the critical CSS to reflecht the theme changes indeed.

    MalCare WordPress Security, Firewall & Malware Scanner plugin because I had deactivated it to be able to disable js and css since He wouldn’t let me do it because he said it was an act of malware …

    that’s probably because of false positives on “directory traversal attacks” in the critical CSS, which some (stupid?) scanners simply look for ../ in posted forms. what you can do is change e.g. /wp-content/theme/css/../images into /wp-content/theme/images in the “above the fold CSS” and your scanner will likely not protest any more.

    This happens with every old plugin that I try to activate, but the strange thing is that they are activated and seem to work …

    no idea what’s happening there I’m afraid

    Thanks for your help, I will do what you tell me to fix the css of my page, thank you very much for helping me you are very kind!

    Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    you’re welcome, feel free to leave a review of the plugin and support here! 🙂

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