Not sure if just an oversight as you developed the plugin, but we are real sticklers about plugins including js/CSS files when they are not used in the front end.
I was doing an audit on your plugin here on our site and found the “shortcodes-finder-public” js and css being loaded when your plugin was active, so I have to deactivate your plugin anytime we aren’t using it for a specific task.
That said, I wanted to bring it to your attention to see if you truly needed any public /non-admin js and CSS files being loaded, as I don’t think you intend to, and it should probably be stripped from your code. Or, is there a reason you are loading them?
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