Updated 4 months ago
Theme Modules #
Turn ON the switch to enable the corresponding feature. If you don't use this feature on your site, turn the switcher OFF.
Website Performance #
Lazy Load (beta) #
Turn ON the switch to load website images when they are in the viewport only. This will improve page loading speed. If you're using another Lazy Load solutions, turn OFF the switch to avoid conflicts.
Keep "http/https" in the paths to files #
Turn ON the switch to keep "HTTP" or "HTTPS" in the paths to JS, CSS and font files. This reduces server redirects and improves overall site performance.
If your site uses both HTTP and HTTPS protocols, turn OFF the switch to strip "HTTP" and "HTTPS" from the paths to JS, CSS and font files for better compatibility with caching plugins. This will add redirects and can increase server load.
Use modern jQuery library #
When this option is ON, the latest version of jQuery will be used instead of the one that comes with WordPress. This will improve page loading speed. But might be incompatible with 3rd party plugins so should be tested on each site separately.
Disable jQuery migrate script #
Move jQuery scripts to the footer #
Dynamically load theme JS components #
Disable extra features of WPBakery Page Builder #
Turn ON the switch to disable the next elements to improve the loading speed:
- Facebook Like
- Twitterme Button
- Google+ Button
- Pageable Container
- VC Button
- Posts Slider
- Flickr Widget
- VC Progress Bar
- Pie Chart
- Post Grid
- Media Grid
- Post Masonry Grid
- Masonry Media Grid
- Gutenberg Editor
- Advanced Custom Field
Turn OFF the switch to enable the Grid Builder and some default content elements of WPBakery Page Builder (check the above list ). Those features will load additional JS and CSS files on every site page so it will reduce page loading speed.
Disable Gutenberg (block editor) CSS files #
Turn ON the switch to avoid loading Gutenberg (block editor) original CSS files. This will improve page loading speed. If you're using Gutenberg (block editor) turn OFF the switch
Optimize JS and CSS size #
Turn ON the switch to load single CSS and JS files. Files will be located in yourwebsite.com/wp-content/uploads/us-assets/ directory. Disable unused components to reduce file sizes. This will improve page loading speed.
Auto Optimize #
Click the button to automatically check/uncheck certain boxes depending on the components and settings used on the website.
Turn OFF the switch to store Theme Options code inside <head></head> section of HTML structure of every site page
Merge Google Fonts styles into single CSS file #
Turn ON the switch (available when the "Optimize JS and CSS size is turned ON") to include Google Fonts CSS in the Theme Options CSS file. If you need Google Fonts to be loaded as a separate file, turn OFF the switch.
The code is always minified and being generated each time you click the "Save Changes" button.