Asset CleanUp Pro 1.2.4.9 Nulled – Performance WordPress Plugin

In the dynamic world of web development, creating a visually appealing and user-friendly website is just the tip of the iceberg. Ensuring optimal performance and swift loading times are equally crucial to deliver a seamless user experience. This is where tools like Asset CleanUp Pro come into play. Asset CleanUp Pro Nulled is a powerful WordPress plugin designed to enhance website performance by helping you manage and optimize your site’s assets effectively. Whether you’re a seasoned developer or a novice website owner, the pro version offers a comprehensive set of features to streamline your website and enhance its speed and efficiency.

Overview: Unleashing Website Speed Potential

Asset CleanUp Pro is a premium WordPress plugin that enables you to manage and optimize your website’s assets, including CSS and JavaScript files. Its primary goal is to help you minimize the number of HTTP requests your website makes, thereby reducing the load time and improving overall performance. This plugin empowers you to selectively load assets on specific pages, posts, or custom post types, allowing you to tailor your website’s asset delivery to the content being displayed.

Features: Power-Packed Performance Optimization

  • Selective Asset Loading: The plugin enables you to choose which assets (CSS/JS files) to load on different pages, ensuring that only the necessary resources are loaded. This feature significantly reduces the page load time.
  • Minification and Concatenation: The plugin offers options to minify and concatenate CSS and JavaScript files. By doing so, it reduces the file sizes, leading to faster loading times.
  • Inline CSS and JavaScript: Asset CleanUp Pro allows you to inline critical CSS and JavaScript, eliminating additional HTTP requests and improving rendering speed.
  • Disable Emojis and Unused Features: The plugin lets you disable unnecessary WordPress features like emojis, embeds, and XML-RPC, further reducing the page weight.
  • Preload Assets: You can preload specific assets to enhance the perceived performance of your website, ensuring that resources are ready when users navigate to other pages.
  • Async and Deferred Loading: Asset CleanUp Pro provides options to load assets asynchronously or deferred, preventing render-blocking and improving overall page speed.
  • Compatibility and Support: The plugin ensures compatibility with other plugins and themes and offers comprehensive support to assist you in optimizing your website effectively.
  • Advanced Options: For those with a deeper understanding of web development, the pro version offers advanced options to fine-tune asset loading and optimization processes.

Download Asset CleanUp Pro Plugin

In today’s fast-paced digital world, a good-looking website isn’t enough. Performance matters. Delays drive visitors away. This is where Asset CleanUp Pro comes in. It optimizes websites by managing assets. Both new and seasoned developers can use it with ease.

The plugin cuts unnecessary HTTP requests and sharpens asset delivery, boosting page speed. Features like selective asset loading, minification, and inlining critical codes make pages load faster. It also disables extra features like emojis, adding to the speed gain. Plus, with its compatibility with other plugins and strong support, users get help when needed.

In short, Asset CleanUp Pro is more than a plugin. It’s a game-changer for better website performance and user experience.

Changelog

1.2.4.9 Р27 February 2024
* “Plugins Manager”: Allow the option to unload a plugin depending on the logged-in user role (e.g. for a “subscriber” that has access to the Dashboard, specific plugins that you know are useless for this type of user, could be unloaded to make the Dashboard load faster)
* CSS/JS manager: When the “src” of a SCRIPT tag or “href” of a LINK tag starts with “data:text/javascript;base64,” and “data:text/css;base64,” respectively, a note will be shown with the option to view the decoded CSS/JS code
* Improvement: Added the option to change the way the assets are retrieved (“Direct” as if the admin is visiting the page / “WP Remote POST” as if a guest is visiting the page) from the CSS & JS manager within the Dashboard (for convenience, to avoid going through the “Settings” as it was the case so far)
* Fix: In some environments, the tags with “as” attribute were not properly detected (e.g. when “DOMDocument” is not enabled by default in the PHP configuration)

1.2.4.8 – 31 January 2024
* Improvement: Apply “font-display:” CSS property for Google Fonts when they are loaded via Web Font Loader (source: https://github.com/typekit/webfontloader)
* Plugin’s “License” page: When the information is fetched, make sure the AJAX call is never cached to make sure the latest information is always shown
* Higher accuracy in detecting the “type” and “data-alt-type” attribute before determining if an inline SCRIPT tag has to be minified
* Fix: Make sure “WP Super Cache” & “W3 Total Cache” plugins are working fine when caching pages if “Smart Slider 3” plugin is enabled

1.2.4.7 – 9 November 2023
* Rank Math & other SEO plugins compatibility: Prevent Asset CleanUp Pro from triggering, thus saving extra resources, whenever URIs such as /sitemap_index.xml are loaded to avoid altering the XML structure or generate 404 not found errors
* Plugins Manager: Make sure the user roles from “If the logged-in user has any of these roles:” are translated into the language chosen for the current admin to avoid any confusion (e.g. if the language chosen in the admin’s profile is German, then show “Abonnent” instead of “Subscriber”)
* CSS/JS Minifier: Prevent calling @is_file() when it’s not the case to avoid on specific environments errors such as: “is_file(): open_basedir restriction in effect”

1.2.4.6 – 28 October 2023
* Preload CSS feature: When a .css file is preloaded (Basic), the “media” attribute is preserved if it’s not missing and different than “all”
* “Rank Math SEO” & “Premmerce” plugin compatibility: Prevent Asset CleanUp Pro’s “Plugins Manager” rules from triggering when the permalinks are updated
* Combine CSS Fix / The preload and stylesheet LINK tags had the same “id” attribute which shouldn’t be like that as the “id” should be unique for each HTML element
* Fix / In rare cases, the following error is printed: ‘Fatal error: Uncaught ValueError: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): Argument #1 ($source) must not be empty within the method “cleanerHtmlSource” inside the “OptimizeCommon” class’

1.2.4.5 – 13 October 2023
* Fix: On some environments, the following error would show up when WP CLI is used: “PHP Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function getScriptAttributesToApplyOnCurrentPage() on null”
* Fix: When the CSS/JS is managed in the front-end, the styling for the hardcoded assets was broken when the list was sorted via location
* Fix: Specific HTML code (unique signatures belonging to Asset CleanUp Pro) that was no longer relevant after optimizing the HTML source was not completely removed as it should be (in order to leave a cleaner HTML source code and not confuse the admin)
* Hardcoded assets: When an asset was moved from HEAD to BODY or vice-versa, make sure a notice is placed there in the hardcoded row (when managing the assets) that it had its position changed just like it’s done for the enqueued assets
* Improvement: Removed unused PHP code from specific files

1.2.4.4 – 7 October 2023
* Hardcoded assets: They can be moved from <HEAD> to <BODY> and vice-versa just like the enqueued assets
* Hardcoded assets: Can be preloaded, loaded based on the media query, deferred/asynched just like the enqueued assets (for <SELECT> tags with the “src” attribute & <LINK> tags with the “href” attribute)
* Hardcoded assets’ sorting: The assets are now sorted based on the option chosen in “Assets List Layout:” (e.g. if you sort them by their size, you can view the hardcoded assets from the largest one to the the smallest)
* Styling Improvement: Anything from “Settings” related to removal of something (e.g. Google Fonts) has a new style of the switcher (the styled checkbox), now showing a dark red background; This looks the same as the one from the CSS/JS manager for “Unload on this page”.
* Fix: If the following option is set to “Standard” (from “Settings” — “Plugin Usage Preferences” — “Accessibility”), make sure that the rule applies to any form field from the plugin, including the <SELECT> one

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