Perfmatters Plugin v2.3.1 [Activated]

If you want to improve your website speed, then Perfmatters will be the best option—not just speed; this can change your complete website in terms of everything we will discuss in this article.

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If you have too much JavaScript or CSS, then don’t worry; this plugin will completely remove the unused CSS and JavaScript. You can say it is the all-in-one solution for your website to improve in a few clicks.

This Perfmatters Plugin mainly takes care of technical SEO, which is one of the main features loved by Google, and this will definitely help you to improve your search rank in SERP.

They use there product, and you can see the amazing result here. Even though their website is in the e-commerce category generally, e-commerce websites take a lot of time, but still, that massive result

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You can even change your WordPress login URL path. This will help you to be safe from the hacker because when you change the path of your WP login, they have to first find your WP login path.

Perfmatters Plugin Features

The features of the Perfmatters Plugin are on the extreme level; you can massively change your website settings, enabled or disabled, with a single click.

The main way this plugin helps speed up your site is by disabling scripts that might not be used on youEmojis, for instance, automatically load on each page of your website. If you do not use them, all this does is make it go more slowly. The script is disabled so that fewer HTTP requests are made overall and fewer requests are made to load the page.

Quick-toggle options

Most of the common things, like disabling the emojis, embeds, and dashicons, can be done with just a click.

Disable or limit post-revisions

Like I said, they go deeper and find a way to improve your site,so, you can disable you post revision or limit them, WordPress store the post history like how many time you made any chnages.It directly affects your database; better is to limit them.

Disable and tweak Heartbeat API

If your website is not huge, or you can say if your website does not have many users to handle things so you can just off the heartbeat, it will cause high CPU usage.

Disable comments and URLs

If you don’t have a blog, you can even disable the comments to get rid of spam or links.

Disable Google maps

It is a very useful thing to increase trust with the customer, but this literally takes a long time to load, so you can disable it and use it whenever you want to.

many more features inside the Quick-Toggle options.

  • Disable WooCommerce scripts and styles
  • Disable XML-RPC
  • Remove jQuery migration
  • Remove WordPress version
  • Remove wlwmanifest link
  • Remove RSD link
  • Remove shortlink
  • Disable RSS feeds
  • Remove RSS feed links
  • Disable password strength meter
  • Add blank favicon
  • Disable self-pingbacks
  • Disable REST API
  • Remove REST API links
  • Disable Google Maps
  • Disable Google Fonts
  • Disable Global Styles
  • Disable WooCommerce widgets
  • Disable WooCommerce status meta box

Database optimization

This should be done on every website to make their website healthy. With the help of Perfmatters, you can just delete the unwanted database rows and maintain them with just a click.

CDN rewrite

By storing your assets on many servers (POPs) across the world and delivering them locally from the cache, a content delivery network (CDN) can speed up your WordPress site. Your WordPress site can be connected to a CDN with the help of the Perfmatters plugin.

Perfmatter’s CDN rewrite has the following characteristics:

  • When you provide your CDN URL, all of your assets, including photos and other files, are rebuilt to link to it.
  • Which WordPress directories you choose to include are entirely up to you.
  • Exclude rewriting certain file types and even assets that contain strings.

Defer and delay JavaScript

Are you familiar with the warning to “eliminate render-blocking resources”? This indicates that JavaScript is delaying (blocking) the initial page load of your WordPress website. Deferring JavaScript is a simple approach to speeding up website rendering, as Google suggests. Delaying the use of JavaScript until user engagement is another effective strategy. With the Perfmatters plugin, both are possible.

Remove unused CSS[New]

When you have code being loaded by a plugin or your theme that isn’t needed or used on a page, PageSpeed Insights will minimize unnecessary CSS warnings. Typically, stylesheets are only enqueued by developers when they are in use. However, extra styles that might not be necessary are frequently also included. As a result, your WordPress site will load slowly and include a lot of unnecessary CSS. Additionally, render-blocking warnings may be triggered. With Perfmatters, you can automatically delete unneeded CSS.

Host Google Fonts locally

It’s quicker to host your Google Fonts locally (or on your CDN) with Perfmatters because Chrome, along with all browsers, has changed to HTTP cache partitioning, which means that Google Fonts are now redownloaded for every website, regardless of whether they have already been cached in a user’s browser.

Perfmatters Plugin Changelog

=== v2.1.7 – 09.29.2023 ===

  • Delay JS quick exclusion for WP Forms has been added.
  • Style modifications for the Script Manager correspond with recent changes to the main settings UI.
  • Form submission handles security updates for Script Manager.
  • Modified CDN Regex somewhat to account for certain subdirectory formats. Added logic to remove whitespace from input row text fields used for preloads, preconnects, and fetch priority choices.
  • Lazyload exclusion now only ignores the fetchpriority attribute when it is set to high.
  • The array of banned page builders now includes the Cornerstone request parameter.
  • To avoid confusion, some AJAX action names have been updated to be particular to Perfmatters. Improved handling of pictures that have been prepared by lazy loaders outside of Perfmatters by updating the missing image dimension function.

= v2.2.3 – 01.08.2024 =

  • * Fixed an issue where Mediavine and Modula Slider quick exclusions were not working properly.

= 2.2.4 – 02.05.2024 =
* Added built-in Image Dimensions exclusion for blank placeholder SVGs.
* Added excluded page builders function check to MU plugin file.
* Changed method of retrieving root directory in certain classes for better compatibility with more file structures.
* Fixed PHP warnings coming from local analytics function.

= 2.2.5 – 02.29.2024 =
* Added new perfmatters_critical_image_parent_exclusions filter.
* Added new perfmatters_leading_image_parent_exclusions filter.
* Added new Disable Core Fetch option to disable the fetch priority attribute added by WordPress core.
* Added built-in WooCommerce CSS selector exclusion for better compatibility on single product posts.
* Added Breakdance request parameters to excluded page builders array.
* Added a REST API exception for WP Recipe Maker.
* Added Delay JS quick exclusions for Kadence Blocks and Kadence Blocks Pro.
* Added CSS Background Image support for the footer element.
* Fixed an issue where dynamic preload version numbers would sometimes get added to the wrong resource.
* Fixed an issue with certain multilingual setups where the base URL for generated files was incorrect.
* Updated background processing library to the latest version (1.3.0).
* Updated CSS parsing library to the latest version (8.5.1).
* Minor style updates to plugin UI.

= 2.3.1 – 06.28.2024 =
Delay JavaScript loading until user interaction is now an option.
Gtag.js v4 option added to local analytics.
Function of the analytics updater optimized.
Enhanced EDD plugin updater class now supports WordPress auto-updates.
Additional to the current filter, a new built-in option to Exclude from Lazy Loading has been included.
Adjust the quality of the YouTube preview thumbnails using the new perfmatters_lazyload_youtube_thumbnail_resolution filter.
Delay JavaScript option has now taken the place of the previously removed Defer Inline JavaScript option.
For improved compatibility, Script Manager hook priority was adjusted.
Fix for the DOM Monitoring lazy load option compatibility.
JQuery fitVids compatibility patch added to lazy loading function.
Rectified a problem where AMP pages were trying to run lazy loading.
Additionally a few other little improvements and bug fixes.

Perfmatters Plugin Sale and Demo

Perfmatters Plugin Documentation

If you are able to buy this theme from the official website, then we would recommend you go with the Official Theme because there you will have live support and real-time updates.

If you don’t have money and still want to use Perfmatters WordPress Plugin, we are providing the GPL file for this theme. Keep in mind that this is not a nulled version; it is a pure GPL version.

If you want a live update, you have to come back to our website to download the updated version and update it manually. Dedicated support is not possible; you have to check the documantation.

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