Support » Plugin: Autoptimize » so far so good

  • Currently using it on a woocommerce website, all looks like it works OK

    hopefully it will stay compatible with woocommerce

    one small point, more detailed instructions would be great if possible

    for example the CDN, can this be used with cloudfront, does it upload the files to cloudfront or ??

    thanks

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  • Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    (@futtta)

    Hi Scruffy1;
    Regarding CDN, the plugin assumes a Pull CDN configuration, files are not pushed to e.g. Cloudfront.

    frank

    thanks

    i am just hoping it behaves with woo, as sometimes caching can be a pain with shopping carts lol

    thanks

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    (@futtta)

    Well, AO does not cache HTML-pages, just aggregated JS & CSS.

    That being said, be sure to test your entire funnel up until the actual checkout to make sure all is well. Depending on how WooCommerce uses JavaScript, you might have to exclude some JS from being autoptimized if things go berserk in your cart or checkout.

    thanks, it went right up to checkout without any issues 🙂

    just a matter of watching it as a customer would never bother telling us if something was wrong lol

    just a follow up

    with woocommerce, probably best to only use the CSS part of the plugin for optimizing , as I have been testing things like currency converter, filters etc did not work when you used the JS optimizing part.

    so I am sticking with just the CSS part and it is working great, shaved a bit of time from load 🙂

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    (@futtta)

    Most likely this would work by excluding just the right JS, but that would take some trial and error (cfr. the thread in support). But given the importance of WooCommerce, I’d be glad to help you sort this out 🙂

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