Support » Plugin: Autoptimize » Turning off Aggregate all Linked JS-files

  • Resolved Tony Zeoli

    (@tonyzeoli)


    Hey Frank,

    Hope all is well and that you and yours are safe during this extraordinary time.

    I’m wondering, does turning off the following setting end up limiting the optimization of a site?

    “Aggregate all linked JS-files to have them loaded non-render blocking? If this option is off, the individual JS-files will remain in place but will be minified.”

    I’m working on 67Biltmore.com with Divi as the them and the WP Front Notification Bar would not appear with that setting turned to on, so I had to disable it, but does that mean I’m not really optimizing as well as I could be with the setting turned off?

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  • Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    yes, it has a big perf. impact, as non-aggregated JS is render-blocking (except if you async it). it would be better to exclude some JS (the wp front notif. one?) instead?

    frank

    Tony Zeoli

    (@tonyzeoli)

    Okay, thanks. I’m not sure how to find the name of that .js file. I’ll dig around and exclude it then.

    Tony Zeoli

    (@tonyzeoli)

    I guess this would be it here: wpfront-notification-bar.js

    Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    that sounds about right 🙂

    Tony Zeoli

    (@tonyzeoli)

    Yep that worked and it’s now appearing. Thanks.

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