Boost Your Website Speed with Asset CleanUp: The Ultimate Page Speed Booster Plugin for WordPress

WP Asset CleanUp Pro NULLED


Gabe Livan

Experience a new level of website performance with the Asset CleanUp Plugin for WordPress. This powerful tool is designed to enhance your website’s speed, providing your visitors with a seamless browsing experience.

Asset CleanUp scans your pages and detects all the assets that are loaded. All you have to do is select the ones you DO NOT wish to be loaded to reduce the bloat. This simple action results in a smaller page size, and ultimately, a faster load time.

Key Features:

Speed Optimization: Asset CleanUp optimizes your website by unloading unnecessary files that slow down your site.

Easy to Use: With its user-friendly interface, managing your website’s assets has never been easier.

Selective Loading: Choose which scripts and styles load on each page to reduce clutter and improve speed.

Test Mode: Test out the plugin’s features without affecting your live site with the Test Mode feature.

Premium Support: Get access to dedicated support to help you make the most of this plugin.

  1. Compatibility: Works seamlessly with popular WordPress themes and plugins.

With Asset CleanUp, you’re not just optimizing your website; you’re providing your visitors with a better user experience. - 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 - 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” - 31 January 2024

  • Improvement: Apply “font-display:” CSS property for Google Fonts when they are loaded via Web Font Loader (source: GitHub - typekit/webfontloader: Web Font Loader gives you added control when using linked fonts via @font-face.)
  • 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 - 27 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) - 11 April 2024

  • Added “wp wpacu update” CLI command to be used in updating the plugin, in case the most recent version doesn’t show yet in the list from “wp plugin list” (basically, it attempts a “force” download of the latest version)
  • Fix: “JavaScript” was shown instead of “stylesheet” when specific unload rules were applied
  • Fix: Make sure the right message is shown to the popup that has a loading spinner (e.g. when the rules from “Plugins Manager” were all turned off, the message from clearing the cache was shown instead)