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This plugin makes ALL scripts loaded by other plugins to be loaded in asynchronous way just like Google PageSpeed Insights recommends. All CSS files will be inserted inline into the document code or moved from the document beginning to the end, just before closing BODY tag (or just where you placed wp_foot() function). There are various methods to do that - they are all in plugin's configuration page.
Plugin makes all scripts to be loaded asynchronously using wp_enqueue_script and also can detect scrips included inside of wp_head and wp_footer hooks.
All CSS files loaded using wp_enqueue_style can be loaded just before closing BODY tag by four methods:
Capability Manager Enhanced provides a simple way to manage WordPress role definitions (Subscriber, Editor, etc.). View or change the capabilities of any role, add new roles, copy existing roles into new ones, and add new capabilities to existing roles. Now supports capability negation and role networking.
Role management can also be delegated:
Enhanced and supported by Kevin Behrens since July 2012. The original Capability Manager author, Jordi Canals, has not updated the plugin since early 2010. Since he was unreachable by web or email, I decided to take on the project myself.
The main change from the original plugin is an improved UI which organizes capabilities:
Capability Manager Enhanced also adds Press Permit plugin integration:
Google Pagespeed Insights is a tool that empowers you to make decisions that increase the performance of your website. Recommendations from Google Pagespeed are based upon current industry best practices for desktop and mobile web performance.
Through the addition of advanced data visualization, tagging, filtering, and snapshot technology, Google Pagespeed Insights for Wordpress provides a comprehensive solution for any webmaster looking to increase their site performance, their search engine ranking, and their visitors browsing experience.
Check out the Premium Edition to add even more powerful functionality including:
Sort your page reports by their Page Speed Score to prioritize the largest areas of opportunity on your site. Page reports utilize easy to read visualizations that allow you to quickly focus in on the most important data to improve your sites performance.
Report Summaries are a powerful and exclusive feature of Google Pagespeed Insights for WordPress. Summaries display your average Page Score, largest areas for improvement across ALL reports, as well as best and lowest performing pages. Report summaries can be filtered to narrow results by: Pages, Posts, Categories, Custom URLs, and Custom Post Types.
Using Report Summaries allows you to ‘zoom out’ from the page-level and better understand the big picture of your sites performance.
Best practices for site performance differ greatly between Desktop and Mobile device usage. Configure Google Pagespeed Insights for WordPress to generate Desktop reports, Mobile reports, or both!
Toggle back and forth between report types to see specific suggestions for improving the performance and experience on each platform.
This plugin will remove query strings from static resources like CSS & JS files, and will improve your speed scores in services like PageSpeed, YSlow, Pingdoom and GTmetrix.
Resources with a “?” or “&” in the URL are not cached by some proxy caching servers, and moving the query string and encode the parameters into the URL will increase your WordPress site performance significant.
Speed Booster Pack allows you to improve your page loading speed and get a higher score on the major speed testing services such as GTmetrix, Google PageSpeed, YSlow, Pingdom, Webpagetest or other speed testing tools.
When visitors lands on your site for the first time, you only have 3 seconds to capture their attention and convince them to stick around. That's not convinced you? Read on:
The following video is not about "how to get a score of 100 in Google Page Speed" but want to show the difference in points Before and After activating Speed Booster Pack plugin:
For complete usage instructions visit Plugin Documentation
The following are other recommended plugins by the author of Speed Booster Pack:
If a plugin or a theme is not poperly enqueuing scripts, your site may not work. Check this page : Function Reference/wp_enqueue_script on WordPress Codex
We performed a range of tests to determine the potential benefit of loading time. On wabeo we executed webwait (150 calls by test). Result is this plugin could improve your loading time by 25% !! More information in the Screenshots section.
The most complete WordPress performance framework.
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W3 Total Cache improves the user experience of your site by improving your server performance, caching every aspect of your site, reducing the download times and providing transparent content delivery network (CDN) integration.
An inside look:
Improve the user experience for your readers without having to change WordPress, your theme, your plugins or how you produce your content.
WP ImageEngine is an intelligent image CDN for optimizing, compressing and resizing images. ImageEngine will enhance your responsive images by enabling support for HTTP2, automatic webp conversion, Client Hints and more.
It is likely that ImageEngine will shave off 50-60% of data traffic generated by images on your site. To better support mobile devices, ImageEngine relies on WURFL for server side device detection in cases where responsive images and Client Hints fall short.
The plugin will automatically optimize the images you include in your posts and pages. For images baked into your theme, there is a php API available (See FAQ).
Registration is required to get the most out of ImageEngine. There is both a completely free option, and a commercial option.
WP ImageEngine is compatible with the changed
<img> tag introduced in Wordpress 4.4, while still providing full support for older versions. For Wordpress version 4.4 and above the plugin will optimize every version of the image referenced in
srcset. ImageEngine will prefix your image
src (URI) with your personal hostname which refer to the image optimization servers.
The plugin will enable Client Hint support for your site. Client Hints, with information about the viewport size, device pixel ratio and actual image size, are added to the image request (HTTP header) enabling ImageEngine to resize the image with surgical precision.
HTTP will give additional performance improvement on the network level. WP ImageEngine supports HTTP2 over SSL, which means that if you serve your sites and images by
https://, ImageEngine will automatically serve all images over HTTP2.
WebP is a lightweigh image format with great quality. WebP is well supported by browsers. ImageEngine will detect if the end user's browser supports WebP and automatically convert any format to WebP to increase performance.
The only thing you need to do is to install the plugin and register to obtain an application token. After that, the plugin will take care of the rest. You can continue to publish your images like you've always done.
This plugin speed-up page load times and improve website scores in services like PageSpeed, YSlow, Pingdom and GTmetrix.
Follow the development of this plugin on GitHub
P.S. It is always the best policy to open a support thread first before posting any negative review.
This plugin generates static html files from your dynamic WordPress blog. After a html file is generated your webserver will serve that file instead of processing the comparatively heavier and more expensive WordPress PHP scripts.
The static html files will be served to the vast majority of your users, but because a user's details are displayed in the comment form after they leave a comment those requests are handled by the legacy caching engine. Static files are served to:
99% of your visitors will be served static html files. Those users who don't see the static files will still benefit because they will see different cached files that aren't quite as efficient but still better than uncached. This plugin will help your server cope with a front page appearance on digg.com or other social networking site.
If for some reason "supercaching" doesn't work on your server then don't worry. Caching will still be performed, but every request will require loading the PHP engine. In normal circumstances this isn't bad at all. Visitors to your site will notice no slowdown or difference. Supercache really comes into it's own if your server is underpowered, or you're experiencing heavy traffic. Super Cached html files will be served more quickly than PHP generated cached files but in every day use, the difference isn't noticeable.
The plugin serves cached files in 3 ways (ranked by speed):
If you're new to caching use PHP caching. It's easy to set up and very fast. Avoid legacy caching if you can.
Advanced users will probably want to use mod_rewrite caching, but PHP caching is almost as good and recommended for everyone else. Enable the following:
Garbage collection is the act of cleaning up cache files that are out of date and stale. There's no correct value for the expiry time but a good starting point is 1800 seconds if you're not using legacy mode. If you are using that mode start with an expiry time of 600 seconds.
If you are not using legacy mode caching consider deleting the contents of the "Rejected User Agents" text box and allow search engines to create supercache static files.
Likewise, preload as many posts as you can and enable "Preload Mode". Garbage collection will still occur but it won't affect the preloaded files. If you don't care about sidebar widgets updating often set the preload interval to 2880 minutes (2 days) so all your posts aren't recached very often. When the preload occurs the cache files for the post being refreshed is deleted and then regenerated. Afterwards a garbage collection of all old files is performed to clean out stale cache files. With preloading on cached files will still be deleted when posts are made or edited or comments made.
The changelog is a good place to start if you want to know what has changed since you last downloaded the plugin.
Interested in translating WP Super Cache to your language? Grab the development version where you will find an up to date wp-super-cache.pot. Send any translation files to donncha @ ocaoimh.ie and thank you!
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