Autoptimize Settings

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  • #499511

    Amy Fox
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    Hi,

    Is there an updated version of this guide,

    https://wpgeodirectory.com/docs/autoptimize-settings/

    or is this still relevant as it looks like Autoptimize has changed it’s settings and added more options since this was written?

    I’ve noticed a great improvement after turning this on and found the guide very useful, I just want to make sure I’m getting the most from the plugin.

    Parts on the CSS section like,

    Exclude CSS from Autoptimize: admin-bar.min.css, dashicons.min.css

    Is what you say but the plugin auto adds: wp-content/cache/, wp-content/uploads/

    Should that be removed or kept in?

    Thanks.

    #499543

    Alex Rollin
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    The document is still valid, and the plugin default except where noted in the doc, are safe to use.

    #499565

    Amy Fox
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    Ahh OK thanks for the reply, so I should remove the text they add and only include the text provided in this doc?

    Thanks again.

    #499575

    Amy Fox
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    I removed,

    seal.js, js/jquery/jquery.js

    From the java script part and added only your snippet.

    Should I of left that part in and added to it?

    Thanks.

    #499578

    Kor
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    Hi Amy,

    Thanks for your reply. If you refer to the article, you need to exclude the JS scripts listed below. Remove the existing text from the text and insert the below.

    s_sid,smowtion_size,sc_project,WAU_,wau_add,comment-form-quicktags,edToolbar,ch_client,seal.js,jquery.js,frontend.min.js,quicktags.min.js,tinymce.min.js
    #499579

    Amy Fox
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    Thanks for the reply and sorry I meant CSS

    /cache/, wp-content/uploads/

    I left that in I already removed the js part so that’s OK.

    Thanks.

    #499596

    Kor
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    Hi Amy Fox,

    Alright then, let us know if you’ve any issues with it.

    #499597

    Amy Fox
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    Sorry, I mean I left that in,

    /cache/, wp-content/uploads/

    That was already in, I’m guessing same as the other that I should of removed that?

    The plugin is great, sped things up allot.

    Just confusing as to why I get a Google score of 87 on desktop but only 31 on mobile.

    Thanks.

    #499629

    Kor
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    Hi Amy Fox,

    Enabling the Autoptimize plugin will not solve all your pagespeed issues, did you see the advice and suggestions?

    Where did you insert this /cache/, wp-content/uploads/ into?

    #499641

    Amy Fox
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    #499798

    Kor
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    Hi Amy,

    Thanks for your reply. Just replace it with this one.

    admin-bar.min.css, dashicons.min.css

    Well, since the images are being uploaded by your users, I don’t you can do anything the image sizes or the next gen formats. 🙂

    #499829

    Amy Fox
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    Thanks for the reply Kor.

    My thoughts exactly with the images as they are what they are.

    Plan to work on the others if I can work out what they actually are.

    Mark this as solved and thanks again for the help.

    😊

    #499849

    Amy Fox
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