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WP Optimize It


This is a Very Simple plugin that will let you manage where to load your plugin specifically. It will allow you to choose which plugin is going to be loaded on specific pages, templates,
homepage and etc.,.

This plugin will optimize your website by preventing the external files from loading on selected pages which will result for higher grade in online speed tests like GTMetrix, Google Page Speed.

Working for both single install WordPress Site and Multi Site.


  • Very Simple UI
  • Check Box Driven Optimization
  • Supports Posts, Pages and Custom Post types
  • Can also optimize Homepage/Landing page
  • Can disable plugin on specific posts and pages


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  1. Upload the entire wp-optimize-it folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.

You will find ‘WP Optimize It’ sub menu in your WordPress admin panel under Tools menu.


3 di Setembar dal 2016
Bam! This plugin is the shiznittyboombap! What a fantastic idea! Thank you! Now I can control what plugins are actually loaded in the background of the front-end of my website via WordPress and don’t have to have ALL of them load. You are a genius sir! Best, Karl
3 di Setembar dal 2016
Great plugin. I have tried another plugin which is complicated. WP Optimize It plugin is a simple and intuitive. I now finally can load only the necessary plug-ins for a specific page. I’ve got to speed with this plugin more than any cache plugin. So I cache plugin do not use. A pleasant surprise.
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