Asset CleanUp Pro: Performance WordPress Plugin

Upgrading to the premium plugin allows you to unload unused styles & scripts on extra pages such as:

  • Taxonomy pages such as default WordPress’ categories, tags and custom created ones such as products’ categories from WooCommerce.
  • Author pages (e.g. the page showing all posts published by a specific author, detected via is_author() function)
  • Default WordPress Search Page
  • WooCommmerce Search Page (which has the same settings as the actual shop page detected via is_shop() function)
  • 404 Page (Not Found): this one has be as light as possible and it’s less likely that many of the CSS and JavaScript files that are needed here (detected via is_404() function)
  • Date Archive Page: this is any page that retrieves articles filtered by the date, detected via is_date() function

As for the loaded JavaScript files, attributes such as defer and async can be applied

There are a plethora of techniques that are often used to defer parsing; however, the simple and preferred technique is to simply Defer loading of JavaScript until it is needed. If this technique isn’t appropriate to use on your page, it is next suggested that you use the <script async> attribute where appropriate, which prevents parsing from blocking the initial page load by deferring it until the browser’s UI thread is not busy doing something else. All these settings can be applied with Asset CleanUp Pro without writing any code.

Change the location of the CSS/JS files (could be moved from HEAD to BODY to prevent render-blocking or vice-versa if you need early triggering of specific files)

⚙️ “Test Mode” Functionality → Worried about making optimization mistakes? Don’t be anymore!

This allows you to optimize the website (unload useless files, set async, defer to loaded JavaScript files, clean up HTML code) without applying the changes “live” (to the regular visitor) in case you ever have any doubts that a change could break the functionality of the page/website. Any changes you’ve done will only be applied for you (the logged in administrator). Once you’re happy with how the page looks and works, you can disable “Test Mode” to push the changes live so everyone else can enjoy the faster page loads 😉

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the requirements for using this page speed optimization plugin?

    In order to use Asset CleanUp Pro, you need to have the following:

    • WordPress site installed and active (not from WordPress.com, you need to have the open source software installed on your hosting package, the script from WordPress.org, see the differences here)
    • PHP 5.4+ (I strongly recommend PHP 7+ as it’s much faster and will boost the speed of your website considerably)

    The plugin has been tested and is fully compatible with the latest PHP version: 7.3.

  • How do I know if my website’s page loading speed is slow and needs improvement? 🤔

    There are various ways to check the speed of a website and this is in relation to the following: front-end (the part of the website visible to your visitors), back-end (PHP code, server-side optimization), hosting company, CDN (Content Delivery Network) setup, files loaded (making sure CSS, JS, Images, Fonts, and other elements are properly optimized when processed by the visitor’s browser).

    Asset CleanUp Pro helps you out with the following:

    • Make fewer HTTP requests
    • Minify remaining CSS/JS files to decrease the total page size
    • ‘Async’ and ‘Defer’ parsing of JavaScript
    • Minify HTML * Cleanup elements from the HEAD section of the website, thus making the HTML source code smaller
    • Disable “XML-RPC” protocol support * partially or completely

    Check out https://gtmetrix.com/ to do an analysis of your website and see the overall score your website gets in PageSpeed and YSlow and the individual score for the points that were just mentioned.

  • What is an asset and which are the assets this plugin is dealing with?

    Web assets are elements such as CSS, JavaScript, Fonts, and image files that make the front-end which is the look and functionality of your website that is processed by the browser you are using (e.g. Google Chrome. Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Opera etc.). Asset CleanUp Pro deals with CSS and JavaScript assets which are enqueued in WordPress by your theme and other plugins and cleans up HTML code from the HEAD section of your website that is not needed.

  • Can I still use the plugin after my license expires if I won’t renew it?
    Definitely! You can use Asset CleanUp Pro for as long as you wish. If your license expires and you don’t renew it, either automatically (by default) or manually (if you have canceled the recurring subscription until the renewal date), you won’t be able to get the latest updates and support, but you can still use the plugin 100%. You don’t need to renew the license after 1 year, it can be later on whenever you need any support or new features. The renewal cost for an extra year comes with a 30% discount on the license price at that time. For instance, if you paid $39 for the license, the renewal would be just $27.3. For your convenience, the license is automatically renewed after 1 year, unless you cancel the subscription.
  • Do you guarantee that the plugin will work with the theme I’m using? 💯

    Yes! The plugin has been developed according to the WordPress coding standards and any theme that is properly built will be compatible with Asset CleanUp Pro. In case you have any issues, you will get help until the issue is fixed or you will get a full refund. I don’t want your money if you can’t use the plugin.

  • Is this a caching plugin?

    The only caching stored is the one for the combined CSS & JavaScript files. Asset CleanUp Pro doesn’t create static HTML pages as other plugins do. The plugin is developed, for maximum performance, to work in combination with caching plugins such as such as WP Rocket.

    Asset CleanUp Pro will help you decrease the number of HTTP Requests. Then, a caching plugin will combine and minify the remaining files resulting in smaller CSS and JS cached files and higher page speed score.

    The website page load can be very fast if you just use a caching plugin, but using both plugins, the load speed will be blazing fast 🚀

  • Does Asset CleanUp Pro load any assets on the front-end?

    No, it doesn’t load anything extra on the front-end that would make the website slower. The only elements loaded are a CSS and JavaScript file that load only for the administrator (when you’re logged in, basically) when he manages the asset list. The plugin’s own assets which are meant to enhance the styling and functionality of Asset CleanUp Pro’s settings are also excluded from the whole list of manageable assets as they are not relevant for the unload and any page speed score.

  • I do not know or I’m not sure which .CSS and .JS files to unload on my pages or which JS files should have the “defer” and “async” attributes. What should I do? 🤔

    With the recently released “Test Mode” feature, you can safely unload assets on your web pages without affecting the pages’ functionality for the regular visitors. It will unload CSS & JavaScript files that you selected ONLY for yourself (logged-in administrator). That’s recommended in case you have any doubts about whether you should applying a specific setting or unload any asset. Once you’ve been through the trial and error and your website is lighter, you can deactivate “Test Mode” and the changes will apply for everyone. Then, test the page speed score of your website!

    Adding “defer” and “async” attributes to the JavaScript tags is an optional matter, but in some situations, it could considerably improve the speed of your pages. You can read more about it here: https://gtmetrix.com/defer-parsing-of-javascript.html

  • What’s your refund policy? 💳

    I’m confident that this plugin will help you improve the speed of your website and I stand by it. Thus, I’m offering a 30-day money back guarantee if Asset CleanUp Pro fails to bring you any benefits. If you request a refund, your license will be de-activated.

Happy feedback from the plugin’s users

Amazing plugin. Took my site speed from around 50/70 to 68/85 with about 5 minutes of work. And as a consequence know exactly what’s slowing my site down.

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Jared Osborne, WordPress.org

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.

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Luke Cavanagh, WordPress.org

I use this and Plugin Organizer, both great plugins with slightly different approaches and complexity. Good stuff!

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Mark, WordPress.org

I use this plugin on most sites I work on. Powerful, with just the right amount of options and very easy to use from absolute beginner to advanced.

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Kieran Taylor, WordPress.org

30 Day Money Back Guarantee

I strongly believe in the quality of the plugin and if you’re not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, you can request a refund within 30 days and you will get the payment refunded.

Changelog

  • Latest version: 1.1.2.7 (Tested successfully with WordPress 5.2 and PHP 5.4 to 7.3.3)
  • Latest update: 4 May 2019
Click the area below to expand it and view the changelog:
1.1.2.7 - 4 May 2019
* "Import & Export" feature (for settings, load/unload rules and everything else)
* Move CSS/JS to BODY or HEAD - Better accuracy in detecting the location of the asset - Dependencies are not affected in any way
* Better CSS/JS minify: In rare cases, if cached files are forcefully deleted from the server (e.g. "/wp-content/cache/" directory is cleared completely) for any reason, or there are partial issues in writing the files to the cache, then the plugin will detect that and provide the original version of the file to avoid any broken front-end (ideally, cache should be cleared after cleaning operations are performed)

1.1.2.6 - 21 April 2019
* Bug Fix: Make sure that "Unload on this page" checkbox stays selected after page/post update

1.1.2.5 - 19 April 2019
* Bug Fix: array_key_first() didn't have a fallback for PHP 5 causing plugin admin pages to disappear
* Do not trigger Asset CleanUp if either of the following page builders is in edit mode: "Thrive Architect", "Page Builder by SiteOrigin" & "Beaver Builder"
* Code improvement; Hide meta boxes from Themify builder templates

1.1.2.4 - 10 April 2019
* Option to prevent plugin to trigger any of its settings & unload rules on request via "wpacu_no_load" query string
* Do not minify CSS/JS from /wp-content/uploads/ (e.g. files belonging to Elementor or Oxygen page builder plugins)
* Added more things to "System Info" including settings and browser information
* Apply relative URLs for combined CSS/JS script/stylesheet tags, if URL opened is via SSL and the WordPress site URL starts with http://
* Bug Fix: Clear CSS/JS cache was returning a blank white page
* Bug Fix: Minify JS - Exceptions weren't applied

1.1.2.3 - 1 April 2019
* "Bulk Unloaded" is renamed to "Bulk Changes" and has two tabs/pages added with the following features: 1) Remove site-wide "async/defer" for JS files - 2) Restore CSS/JS to their initial positions
* Handles from "Bulk Changes" are shown in alphabetical order
* Bug Fix: The CSS/JS position (HEAD or BODY) wasn't showing correctly on each row
* New Feature: Show plugin list if CSS/JS are sorted by location in 'contracted' mode for easier management
* New Feature: "Check / Uncheck All" for Each Plugin's Assets (when sorted by location is enabled)
* If a CSS/JS has "children" (handles depending on it), a message will be shown making the admin aware about it
* Make sure no PHP notice errors are shown if there are no bulk CSS/JS files to manage
* Do not show Asset CleanUp meta boxes when editing Oxygen Builder templates ('ct_template' custom post type) as boxes are useless in this instance; this avoids any confusion & declutters the edit template page

1.1.2.2 - 16 March 2019
* Bug Fix: 403 Forbidden error was returned when fetching assets within the Dashboard because of the wrong nonce check
* Option to show on request all the settings (no tabs) within "Settings” plugin's area by appending '&wpacu_show_all' to the URL like: /wp-admin/admin.php?page=wpassetcleanup_settings&wpacu_show_all

1.1.2.1 - 15 March 2019
* "Manage in the Front-end?": Add exceptions from printing the asset list when the URI contains specific strings (e.g. "et_fb=1" for Divi Visual Builder)
* Option to hide plugin's meta boxes on edit post/page area within the Dashboard
* Make sure no irrelevant errors are written excessively to the server's log printed via DOMDocument in case the HTML is not fully valid

1.1.2 - 12 March 2019
* New CSS/JS Manage Sorting Option: By HEAD and BODY locations
* Make no CSS file (that should be minified) is missed from minification such as the ones from BODY which are loaded later in the code
* Prevent PHP notice errors from showing up in the server's (e.g. Apache, Nginx) error log files
* New CleanUp option: Strip HTML Comments

1.1.1.9 - 7 March 2019
* Added option to update the $content and $priority of the Asset CleanUp meta boxes via "add_filter" via the following tags (for each meta box): wpacu_asset_list_meta_box_context, wpacu_asset_list_meta_box_priority, wpacu_page_options_meta_box_context, wpacu_page_options_meta_box_priority
* Bug Fix: Make sure Emojis are always disabled when specified in the Settings and there is no DNS prefetch to //s.w.org
* Bug Fix: Prevent breaking the JS if minified and contains strings such as /**/

1.1.1.8 - 1 March 2019
* Prevent AJAX calls from triggering to retrieve asset list when a new post/page is created as the CSS/JS files should only be fetched when after the post/page is published
* Improved the PHP code to use fewer resources on checking specific IF conditions
* Added introduction to the "Settings" area about how the plugin is working to give the WordPress admin user a clear understanding of what needs to be done to optimize the pages
* Bug Fix: Prevent CSS files containing "@import" from getting combined (they remain minified) to prevent breaking the layout
* Bug Fix: "Do not minify JS files on this page" checkbox from the side meta box (edit post/page area) wasn't kept as selected after "Update" button was used
* Bug Fix: Avoid PHP notice errors in case arrays that do not always have specific keys are checked

1.1.1.7 - 24 February 2019
* Added readme to the "Settings" area to remind website admins about the role of the plugin
* New Feature: The location of a CSS/JS file can be updated site-wide when managing the asset on any page (from HEAD to BODY and vice-versa); Useful when, for instance, you have CSS/JS code that is loading on the HEAD (render-blocking), but it's only needed later (e.g. popups, AJAX calls outputs etc.)
* Reduced the number of cached files on the /wp-content/cache/asset-cleanup/ directory for the combine CSS files; 404 Not Found (any URL) pages now have only one caching information file created
* Make sure CSS files containing "@import" are not combined to avoid breaking the pages' layout

1.1.1.6 - 21 February 2019
* Feature update: "Combine CSS loaded files" - now the files loaded within BODY tag are also combined to further reduce HTTP requests

1.1.1.5 - 18 February 2019
* Feature update: Added "Get File Size" link to get the size of an external CSS/JS file to avoid overloading the server with many AJAX requests in case there are many assets loaded from CDN locations (useful to avoid max_user_connections errors and 503 errors in some WP environments such as shared hosting accounts where any CPU/memory usage reduction matters)

1.1.1.4 - 13 February 2019
* New Feature: Defer loading JavaScript combined files from BODY tag
* Changed the way the JS files are combined resulting in fewer combination groups taking into account the HEAD and BODY HTML tag locations
* Offer the option to clear the CSS/JS caching even if CSS/JS Minify/Combine options were deactivated
* Bug Fix: Make sure MSIE conditional script tags are not combined into JS groups
* Bug Fix: Old links to the manage homepage page from the admin bar were updated with the new ones
* Bug Fix: On some WordPress setups, the path to the CSS background image URL after combination was updated incorrectly

1.1.1.3 - 11 February 2019
* New Features: Minify CSS & JavaScript files (remaining loaded ones after the useless ones were unloaded)
* Bug Fix: Make sure no 500 errors are returned on save settings or save post when the wrong caching directory is read

1.1.1.2 - 4 February 2019
* New Feature: "Asset CleanUp: Options" side meta box showing options to disable plugin functionality for posts, pages, and custom post types; Ideal to use with the "Preview" feature if you wish to see how a page loads/looks before publishing any changes

1.1.1.1 - 2 February 2019
* Fix: Make sure scripts with "async" and "defer" are excluded from any JS combination
* "Combine CSS files into one" feature update - CSS files having media="print" or media="only screen and (max-width: 768px)" (and so on) are not combined
* "Combine JS files into fewer ones" feature update - jQuery and jQuery Migrate are combined as a single group (not together with any other files); if only jQuery is loaded (without jQuery Migrate), it will not be added to any group and load independently

1.1.1.0 - 1 February 2019
* Bug Fix: Prevent fatal error from showing in PHP 5.4 when the plugin was updated
* Re-organised the plugin's links within the Dashboard to make it easier to navigate through

1.1.0.9 - 29 January 2019
* New Feature: Combine remaining loaded JavaScript files into fewer files, depending on the page's settings (for maximum compatibility and performance, the files are not combined into only one large file)
* The combined loaded files caching is now stored only on /wp-content/cache/asset-cleanup/ directory (no longer in the database as transients to avoid overloading the options table with too many entries)

1.1.0.8 - 22 January 2019
* New sorting by location (default) option in "Assets List Layout" setting; Cache transients are also cleared when resetting everything; Changed plugin's default settings ("Inline code associated with this handle" is contracted by default)

1.1.0.7 - 19 January 2019
* WooCommerce & WP Rocket Compatibility - Bug Fix: When both WooCommerce and WP Rocket are active and an administrator user is logged in and tries to place an order, the "Sorry, your session is expired." message is shown

1.1.0.6 - 16 January 2019
* Make sure that no CSS is combined if "Test Mode" is ON
* State that DOMDocument is required for "Combine Loaded CSS" feature

1.1.0.5 - 16 January 2019
* "Combined Loaded CSS" feature (concatenates all the remaining loaded stylesheets within the HEAD section of the page and saves them into one file) to reduce HTTP requests even further
* Improved "Getting Started" area
* Made "Settings" as the default page where you (the administrator user) is redirected when activating the plugin for the first time
* "Remove Query String from Static Resources" feature was removed as it wasn't keeping the version tag inside the file (causing possible outdated CSS & JS to be loaded instead) and wasn't worth it any tiny increase in GTMetrix score as performance and proper functionality are more important

1.1.0.4 - 1 January 2019
* Added "System Info" to "Tools" page to fetch information about the WordPress environment in case something needs debugging
* Added "Getting Started" page to make things easier for anyone who doesn't understand how the plugin works

1.1.0.3 - 22 December 2018
* Bug Fix: "async" and "defer" attributes were not added to the script tag if "Manage in the Front-end?" option (in the "Settings" page) was not enabled

1.1.0.2 - 19 December 2018
* Make sure "ver" query string is stripped on request only for the front-end view; Avoid removing the license info from the database when resetting everything (unless the admin chooses to remove the license info too for a complete uninstall)
* Updated the way temporary data is stored (from $_SESSION to WordPress transient) for more effective use of server resources

1.1.0.1 - 14 December 2018
* Bug Fix: When settings are reset to their default values via "Tools", make sure 'jQuery Migrate' and 'Comment Reply' are loading again if added in the bulk (site-wide) unload list (as by default they were not unloaded)

1.1.0.0 - 14 December 2018
* Added "Tools" page which allows you to reset all settings or reset everything
* Bug Fix: Notice error was printing when there was no source file for specific handles that are loading inline code (e.g. 'woocommerce-inline')

1.0.9.9 - 12 December 2018
* Better support for WordPress 5.0 when updating a post/page within the Dashboard
* On new plugin installations, "Hide WordPress Core Files From The Assets List?" is enabled by default
* Renamed "rule" text with "attribute" when dealing with "async" and "defer" options to avoid any confusions

1.0.9.8 - 12 December 2018
* Bug Fix: Make sure "Remove rule" for post types (any kind) works correctly in all WP environments and WordPress 5.0 when removing it from the "Edit Page" area (Dashboard) and Front-end view mode

1.0.9.7 - 9 December 2018
* Option to remove RSS Feed link tags from thesection of the website* Option to hide WordPress core files from the management list to avoid applying settings to any of them by mistake (showing the core files for unloading, async or defer are mostly useful for advanced developers in particular situations)* Improved security of the pages by adding nonces everywhere there is an update button within the Dashboard related to the plugin* Added confirmation message on top of the list in front-end view after an update is made (to avoid confusion whether the settings were updated or not)* The height of an asset row (CSS or JavaScript) is now smaller as "Unload on this page" and bulk unloads (site-wide, by post type etc.) are placed on the same line if the screen width is large enough, convenient when going through a big list of assets

1.0.9.6 - 4 December 2018
* Added "Input Fields Style" option in plugin's "Settings" which would turn the fancy CSS3 iPhone-like checkboxes to standard HTML checkboxes (good for people with disabilities who use a screen reader software or personal preference)
* Added notification in the front-end view in case WP Rocket is enabled with "User Cache" enabled
* Option to have the "Inline code associated with the handle" contracted on request as it will reduce the length of the assets management page in case there are large blocks of text making it easier to scan through the assets list
* Tested the plugin for full compatibility with PHP 7.2 (5.3+ minimum required to use it)

1.0.9.5 - 29 November 2018
* Bug Fix: When "Remove Query Strings from CSS & JS?" option was used, other needed query strings were removed besides "ver", most common in stylesheets such as Google APIs ones

1.0.9.4 - 28 November 2018
* Added the plugin's logo at the top of each Asset CleanUp Pro's page
* Added new menu icon (from the new logo) to the Dashboard's left plugin menu
* Bug Fix: If the new "All Styles & Scripts" option is chosen from "Assets List Layout" plugin's setting, make sure that "Expanded" and "Contracted" states work in any situation (page load, manual click on the + and - areas)

1.0.9.3 - 27 November 2018
* Added option to expand & contract "Styles" and "Scripts" management list and ability to choose the initial state on page load via plugin's "Settings" page
* Added extra view type layout (besides the only default one) which prints all assets as one list (Styles & Scripts) * Fixed internal error showing in Apache's log related to the calculation of the file size

1.0.9.2 - 23 November 2018
* Added "Test Mode" option which will unload assets only if the user is logged in as administrator and has the capability of activating plugins.
* This is good for debugging in case one might worry that a CSS/JavaScript file could be unloaded by mistake and break the website for the regular (non-logged in) users.
* Once the page loads fine and all looks good, the "Test Mode" can be disabled so the visitors will load the lighter version of the page.

1.0.9.1 - 17 November 2018
* Updated code to avoid showing errors (and trigger a fatal error on activation) in case the PHP version is lower than 5.6 as the plugin is still guaranteed to work with PHP 5.3+

1.0.9 - 15 November 2018
* Bug Fix: PHP code change to properly detect the singular pages had the wrong condition set

1.0.8.9 - 14 November 2018
* Better accuracy in detecting the file location to retrieve its size (to avoid errors such as NaN bytes); It also works fine if the path starts with '//' (without any URL scheme such as 'http' or 'https')

1.0.8.8 - 13 November 2018
* Improved assets list styling to avoid overwriting by 3rd party CSS (from other themes and plugins)
* Added option to force license activation in case there are issues with the "Activate License" button

1.0.8.7 - 10 November 2018
* Assets can be managed by an administrator that has rights to activate plugins (before just "manage_options" capability was checked)
* Added option to remove all meta generator tags from the HEAD section
* Option to disable XML-RPC protocol support (partially for Pingbacks or completely)
* PHP code cleanup for using fewer resources

1.0.8.6 - 8 November 2018
* In case the assets can't be retrieved via AJAX calls within the Dashboard, the user will be notified about it and any response errors (e.g. 500 Internal Errors) would be printed for debugging purposes
* Make the user aware that there could be also CSS files loaded from the WordPress core that should be unloaded only if the user is comfortable with that

1.0.8.5 - 31 October 2018
* Bug Fix: "Everywhere" bulk unloads could not be removed from "Bulk Unloaded" page

1.0.8.4 - 31 October 2018
* Bug Fix: When inline CSS code was attached to a handle, it would trigger an error and prevent the assets from printing in the back-end view

1.0.8.3 - 21 October 2018
* Added "Feature Request" links for both sidebar and top menus
* Less Text on the Menus (useful for the top to keep it on one line for smaller screen sizes)
* Trigger specific PHP code only in the front-end (not within the Dashboard)

1.0.8.2 - 20 October 2018
* Bug Fix: Asset list wasn't retrieved within the Dashboard view as the AJAX call returned a 500 error response due to a PHP bug
* Bug Fix: The plugin's version was updated correctly to the latest one to make Dashboard plugin updates work as usual

1.0.8.1 - 19 October 2018
* Bug Fix: Prevent notice errors from showing on the WordPress login page (for aesthetic reasons, functionality remains the same)

1.0.8 - 13 October 2018
* Added cleanup options to remove unneeded elements from the HEAD section of the website including: "Really Simple Discovery (RSD)" link tag, "Windows Live Writer" link tag, "REST API" link tag, Pages/Posts "Shortlink" tag, "Post's Relational Links" tag, "WordPress version" meta generator* Renamed some text to make more relevance when unloading assets* Added "Remove Query Strings from CSS & JS?"

1.0.7 - 6 October 2018
* Apply async & defer attributes to the loaded scripts
* Extra confirmation required when unloading site-wide "jQuery Migrate" and "Comment Reply" from the plugin's settings (to avoid accidental unload)
* Bug Fix: Sometimes, specific scripts were showing up on Dashboard view, but not showing on Front-end view
* Bug Fix: Getting file size was generating errors sometimes due to the wrong path to the file

1.0.6 - 19 September 2018
* Removed "@" from printing within the output result when using AJAX calls to get the assets as a delimiter to avoid conflict with Cloudflare's email protection
* Replaced deprecated jQuery's live() with on() to avoid JavaScript error on the front-end in case jQuery Migrate is disabled

1.0.5 - 18 September 2018
* Added new top menu to easily access plugin's pages; Added "Pages Info" page which has explanations about the type of WordPress pages (e.g. post, page, tag etc.) that can have their assets managed through the plugin
* Added "Taxonomies", "Authors", "Search Results", "Dates" & "404 Not Found" tabs to "Bulk Unloaded" page; Removed iCheck and replaced with pure CSS to make the plugin lighter

1.0.4 - 5 September 2018
Bug Fix: JS & CSS files were not unloaded if “Manage in front-end view?” was not active (which is optional and only an admin preference)

1.0.3 - 3 September 2018
The premium plugin does not depend anymore on the Lite version so you don't need both plugins active. If you have Asset CleanUp Pro 1.0.3+, you can safely delete the Lite plugin (no worries, all the settings will be preserved)

1.0.2 - 4 August 2018
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