Minify & Concatenate Enqueued Scripts & Styles.
Love this plugin and wish I discovered it sooner. I'm down to 2 JS and 1 CSS file for my complete website now. Thanks man.
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I needed to have more control over what files were bundled together or bundled at all. This plugin gave me all of the tools I need to do this, but also packaged them in a way that I understood without having to research it on a forum. I must have tried 5 or 6 other plugins first, with varying results. Most of them just broke things on my site by placing things in the wrong order.
With MinQueue, I could try different combinations and add/remove one file at a time to get the best combination of files without breaking my site. The minqueue-helper gave me the info I needed to know what files I needed to deal with.
I would suggest not using this on a live site, as you will have to do some experimentation. But if you have a dev environment, or you have yet to go live, this is a great plugin to help gain some control over http requests.
I like the fact that it just writes minified files on the filesystem, so that Nginx can still serve the static files.
In other words, it doesn't reinvent the wheel like some other minification plugin.
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Reduced http requests from 60 to 40 on one of the sites I was working on which is a huge step in the right direction! This plugin is a great idea and the execution of that idea is spot on. Great work!
Nice solution, for minification when you don't have access to tools like mod_pagespeed or minification as part of your work flow. The ability to create multiple buckets is really handy.
This is a very easy to use and a very well thought out plugin.
One of the best!
This plugin is great at improving page speed and Y-load times.
However, when you deactivate it, all the queue information that you entered seems to be lost. If you are going to use it and you don't want this problem then you need to separately save all your entries into the queue lists in files that you maintain. The developer has marked this forum issue as resolved, however, it has not been resolved.
In addition, with recent update of WP (4.1.1) helper popup no longer accessible. This makes the bookkeeping required to properly setup queues an order of magnitude more difficult.
The first issue is more than 9 months old, and based on a look at the forum, the second issue is at least 5 months old. Based on this poor support record, I've changed my rating for this plugin from 5 stars to 1 stars.
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