• Resolved henkmat

    (@norus)


    Hi, when testing the SEO I get from several sites the suggestion to move the wpautoterms.css file into the footer.
    Seems for all a good solution.
    Why? When loading a site it is not necessary that you css file is on top.
    It also slowdown the load time of a page.
    Hope to see this in the next update.
    Have a nice day.
    Ronald

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  • Plugin Author WP AutoTerms

    (@wpautoterms)

    By default, all styles of a WordPress site are added in the head automatically.

    It’s also a good practice since you need to load the style before the document content. However, for page speed optimization, you can use minimum CSS that’s required to paint document content that’s above the fold and then load the remaining CSS in the footer.

    You can use various plugins to move the stylesheets to the footer of your website. Or use the wp_deregister_style function in your theme’s functions.php file to do so.

    https://css-tricks.com/taking-control-cssjs-wordpress-plugins-load/

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