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    <p class=””>I tried autoptimize and it didn’t merge all JS scripts.. I remember I had 6 JS files MMR is much better and significantly decrease the number of javascript files (3 JS files for the same theme). Also, I haven’t seen any error in Google search console after using this plugin. Conversely, after using autoptimize, i got errors saying that some pages weren’t usable on mobile. PLus the plugin is easy to use. This is what we expect from a JS/CSS optimizer. </p>
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