I use this and Plugin Organizer, both great plugins with slightly different approaches and complexity. Good stuff!
There are often times when you are using a theme and a number of plugins which are enabled and run on the same page. However, you don’t need to use all of them and to improve the speed of your website and make the HTML source code cleaner (convenient for debugging purposes), it’s better to prevent those styles and scripts from loading.
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As of WordPress 4.2, a new feature was introduced that allows you to use the new emojis. While on some WordPress setups are useful, in many situations, especially when you are not using WordPress as a blog, you just don’t need them and the file
Kind words from my happy customers
That last GTMetrix I ran before removing all the unnecessary crap that was loading was 11 seconds! Granted that’s the worst I’ve ever seen it, but it was often 7-8 seconds. After doing this my first text was 5.5 seconds. OUTSTANDING! It also cut my HTTP requests in half. Definitely exceeded my expectations. THANK YOU!
Makes it very easy on a per page basis, to disable scripts and styles that are not needed from loading as HTTP requests on load, on the front-end of the site.
I’m finding a way to get rid of those stubborn script & style from plugins manually by adding code into functions but it doesn’t help. This plugin works!