Free WordPress Reduce HTTP Requests, Disable Emojis & Disable Embeds, Speedup WooCommerce pluginFree
Reduce HTTP requests – Disable Emojis, Disable Gravatars, Disable Embeds and Remove Querystrings. SpeedUp WooCommerce, Added support to disable pingbacks, disable trackbacks, close comments after 28 days, Added the ability to force pagingation after 20 posts,
Disable WooCommerce scripts and CSS on non WooCommerce Pages, Disable RSS, Disable XML-RPC, Disable Autosave, Remove Windows Live Writer tag, Remove Shortlink Tag, Remove WP API from header and
many more features to help speed and SEO gains. Now includes Disable Comments, Heartbeat Control, Selective Disable
Better Stats on Dashboard
Disable loading dashicons on front end if admin bar disabled
Disable Author Pages
Disabling Emojis does not disable emoticons, it disables the support for Emojis added since WP 4.2 and removes 1 HTTP request.
Disabling Embeds – script that auto formats pasted content in the visual editor, eg videos, etc. Big issue with this script is it loads on every
single page. You can still use the default embed code from YouTube, Twitter etc to included content.
Remove Query Strings: If you look at the waterfall view of your page load, you will see your query strings end in something like ver=1.12.4.
These are called query strings and help determine the version of the script. The problem with query strings like these is that it isn’t very efficient for caching purposes and sometimes prevents caching those assets altogether. If you are using a CDN already, you can ignore this.
Disabling Gravatars is completely optional, advise, if you don’t use them, disable as it gets rid of one more useless HTTP request.
General Performance improvements: Added support for : disable ping/trackbacks, close comments after 28 days, force pagingation after 20 posts, Disable WooCommerce scripts and CSS on non WooCommerce Pages.
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Public repo on GitHub if you would like to contribute or have any ideas to add.
Docs & Support
The documentation is an on-going project, so please bare with us as we update. If you would like to help with the documentation, please get in touch.
Author: optimisation.io - jody nesbitt
Source from: WordPress.org