To add the async attribute to the footer script produced by Autoptimize, copy and paste this code snippet — in plain text — to your functions.php file, or, add it with a plugin like Code Snippets.
W3TC will insert HTML comments to the bottom of your site’s source code. This is a potential security issue and is recommended that you remove them. To do so, copy and paste the following code snippet as plain text to the bottom of your theme’s functions.php file; or, add it using the Code Snippets plugin…
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably followed an online W3 Total Cache install, setup and configuration tutorial that….uhhh… didn’t go so well. Here’s why.
Does Autoptimize’s new “inline and defer CSS” option have you baffled? Read AJ’s how-to guide for inlining and deferring CSS in WordPress with Autoptimize.
There are a billion and one “Best WordPress Plugins” posts out there on the Web. Here is one that lists the four best you’ve never heard of. Until now!
Website sliders. Awesomesauce, right? If you care about your website’s speed, conversion rate, SEO, user experience and search engine rankings… not so much… Let’s shine some light on why.