What is render-blocking on Pagespeed?
With a high amount of render-blocking files loading synchronously, your website will take time to become interactive.
To find the keyword you can either use the asset name or use Chrome Dev Tools; click F12 on Chrome, click the “Network” tab, and hover over “Initiator” to see which file triggered the asset loading:
Place the domain keyword on Flying Scripts.
The reason behind this formula is as follows:
- /jquery-?[0-9.](.min|.slim|.slim.min)?.js – excludes jQuery
- js-(before|after) – exclude inline scripts. Only inline scripts that are added using wp_add_inline_script() will be excluded.
After installing Asset Cleanup, you’re prompted with welcome messages guiding you through the plugin. You can use Asset Cleanup with a compatible cache plugin but avoid enabling overlapping features that may cause issues.
Go to the wordpress pages or posts tabs and you notice a new button “Manage CSS & JS”, click on it and a new page opens with the enqueued files from that specific page.
Remove the unused CSS enabling the “unload on this page” button. Only remove 100% unused CSS files, and after clicking and interacting with all elements on the page.
To better assist you with removing your unwanted css or js, you can change the Assets List Layout to “grouped by size”, which will list assets by size.
Remove the unused CSS or JS enabling the “unload on this page” button. You can test any combination of removed assets using “Test Mode“.
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