When you have a WooCommerce-powered shop in your WordPress site, assets like the following may be loading on all the pages of the site (depending on what plugins/services/theme are/is active): woocommerce-layout.css woocommerce-smallscreen.css woocommerce.css twenty-seventeen.css add-to-cart.min.js jquery.blockUI.min.js js.cookie.min.js woocommerce.min.js cart-fragments.min.js If you do not have a “Add to Cart” feature in… Source: How to load WooCommerce…Continue Reading “How to load WooCommerce CSS and JS only on shop-specific pages in WordPress – Sridhar Katakam”

Why Embedded Videos Slow Your Site Down And How To Fix This | WP Speed Guru

When you embed a YouTube or any other video, your visitor’s browser will need to make a number of extra requests to render your page. With YouTube, the number of requests is 4, 3 for three different resolutions and 1 for the still image used as a video cover. It gets even worse when you…Continue Reading “Why Embedded Videos Slow Your Site Down And How To Fix This | WP Speed Guru”

[Review + Giveaway] WeeblrAMP – A WordPress Plugin for AMP That Finally Gets It Right – eWebDesign

AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) have been a very interesting concept ever since they were first introduced in late 2015. However, the main issue has always been AMP’s bare bones-like nature. I mean, sure, if you wanted to create mobile optimized pages that load lightning-fast, no exaggeration, then AMP was your go-to technology. Literally nothing has…Continue Reading “[Review + Giveaway] WeeblrAMP – A WordPress Plugin for AMP That Finally Gets It Right – eWebDesign”