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Do I still need the Critical CSS power-up when I have Autoptimize 2.7 or higher? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Do I still need the Critical CSS power-up when I have Autoptimize 2.7 or higher?
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The short answer: probably not. Although inlining all CSS will make the CSS non-render blocking, it will result in your base HTML-page getting significantly bigger thus requiring more "roundtrip times". Moreover when considering multiple pages being requested in a browsing session the inline CSS is sent over each time, whereas when not inlined it would be served from cache. Finally the inlined CSS will push the meta-tags in the HTML down to a position where Facebook or Whatsapp might not look for it any more, breaking e.g. thumbnails when sharing on these platforms. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
The short answer: probably not. Although inlining all CSS will make the CSS non-render blocking, it will result in your base HTML-page getting significantly bigger thus requiring more "roundtrip times". Moreover when considering multiple pages being requested in a browsing session the inline CSS is sent over each time, whereas when not inlined it would be served from cache. Finally the inlined CSS will push the meta-tags in the HTML down to a position where Facebook or Whatsapp might not look for it any more, breaking e.g. thumbnails when sharing on these platforms.
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I can't get Critical CSS working You have to log in to add a translation. Details
I can't get Critical CSS working
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Autoptimize makes optimizing your site really easy. It can aggregate, minify and cache scripts and styles, injects CSS in the page head by default but can also inline critical CSS and defer the aggregated full CSS, moves and defers scripts to the footer and minifies HTML. You can optimize and lazy-load images (with support for WebP and AVIF formats), optimize Google Fonts, async non-aggregated JavaScript, remove WordPress core emoji cruft and more. As such it can improve your site's performance even when already on HTTP/2! There is extensive API available to enable you to tailor Autoptimize to each and every site's specific needs. If you consider performance important, you really should use one of the many caching plugins to do page caching. Some good candidates to complement Autoptimize that way are e.g. <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/speed-booster-pack/">Speed Booster pack</a>, <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/cache-enabler">KeyCDN's Cache Enabler</a>, <a href="http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-super-cache/">WP Super Cache</a> or if you use Cloudflare <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-cloudflare-page-cache/">WP Cloudflare Super Page Cache</a>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Autoptimize makes optimizing your site really easy. It can aggregate, minify and cache scripts and styles, injects CSS in the page head by default but can also inline critical CSS and defer the aggregated full CSS, moves and defers scripts to the footer and minifies HTML. You can optimize and lazy-load images (with support for WebP and AVIF formats), optimize Google Fonts, async non-aggregated JavaScript, remove WordPress core emoji cruft and more. As such it can improve your site's performance even when already on HTTP/2! There is extensive API available to enable you to tailor Autoptimize to each and every site's specific needs. If you consider performance important, you really should use one of the many caching plugins to do page caching. Some good candidates to complement Autoptimize that way are e.g. <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/speed-booster-pack/">Speed Booster pack</a>, <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/cache-enabler">KeyCDN's Cache Enabler</a>, <a href="http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-super-cache/">WP Super Cache</a> or if you use Cloudflare <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-cloudflare-page-cache/">WP Cloudflare Super Page Cache</a>.
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No; Image optimization depends on the ability of the external image optimization service to fetch the original image from your site, optimize it and save it on the CDN. If you images cannot be downloaded by anonymous visitors (due to firewall/ proxy/ password protection/ hotlinking-protection), image optimization will not work. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
No; Image optimization depends on the ability of the external image optimization service to fetch the original image from your site, optimize it and save it on the CDN. If you images cannot be downloaded by anonymous visitors (due to firewall/ proxy/ password protection/ hotlinking-protection), image optimization will not work.
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When image optimization is on, Autoptimize will look for png, gif, jpeg (.jpg) files in image tags and in your CSS files that are loaded from your own domain and change the src (source) to the ShortPixel CDN for those. Important: this can only work for publicly available images, otherwise the image optimization proxy will not be able to get the image to optimize it, so firewalls or proxies or password protection or even hotlinking-prevention might break image optimization. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
When image optimization is on, Autoptimize will look for png, gif, jpeg (.jpg) files in image tags and in your CSS files that are loaded from your own domain and change the src (source) to the ShortPixel CDN for those. Important: this can only work for publicly available images, otherwise the image optimization proxy will not be able to get the image to optimize it, so firewalls or proxies or password protection or even hotlinking-prevention might break image optimization.
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Can I use image optimization for my intranet/ protected site? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Can I use image optimization for my intranet/ protected site?
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Domain mapped multisites require Autoptimize to be initialized at a different WordPress action, add this line of code to your wp-config.php to make it so to hook into <code>setup_theme</code> for example: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Domain mapped multisites require Autoptimize to be initialized at a different WordPress action, add this line of code to your wp-config.php to make it so to hook into <code>setup_theme</code> for example:
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AO minifies excluded JS/ CSS if the filename indicates the file is not minified yet. As of AO 2.5 you can disable this on the "JS, CSS &amp; HTML"-tab under misc. options by unticking "minify excluded files". You have to log in to add a translation. Details
AO minifies excluded JS/ CSS if the filename indicates the file is not minified yet. As of AO 2.5 you can disable this on the "JS, CSS &amp; HTML"-tab under misc. options by unticking "minify excluded files".
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When clearing AO's cache, no page cache should contain pages (HTML) that refers to the removed optimized CSS/ JS. Although for that purpose there is integration between Autoptimize and some page caches, this integration does not cover 100% of setups so you might need to purge your page cache manually. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
When clearing AO's cache, no page cache should contain pages (HTML) that refers to the removed optimized CSS/ JS. Although for that purpose there is integration between Autoptimize and some page caches, this integration does not cover 100% of setups so you might need to purge your page cache manually.
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Can't log in on domain mapped multisites You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Can't log in on domain mapped multisites
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I excluded files but they are still being autoptimized? You have to log in to add a translation. Details
I excluded files but they are still being autoptimized?
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My site looks broken when I purge Autoptimize's cache! You have to log in to add a translation. Details
My site looks broken when I purge Autoptimize's cache!
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Starting with version 1.6.6 Autoptimize excludes everything inside noptimize tags, e.g.: &lt;!&#045;&#045;noptimize&#045;&#045;&gt;&lt;script&gt;alert('this will not get autoptimized');&lt;/script&gt;&lt;!&#045;&#045;/noptimize&#045;&#045;&gt; You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Starting with version 1.6.6 Autoptimize excludes everything inside noptimize tags, e.g.: &lt;!&#045;&#045;noptimize&#045;&#045;&gt;&lt;script&gt;alert('this will not get autoptimized');&lt;/script&gt;&lt;!&#045;&#045;/noptimize&#045;&#045;&gt;
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By default AO uses non multibyte-safe string methods, but if your PHP has the mbstring extension you can enable multibyte-safe string functions with this filter; You have to log in to add a translation. Details
By default AO uses non multibyte-safe string methods, but if your PHP has the mbstring extension you can enable multibyte-safe string functions with this filter;
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