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  1. Thompson Henneberg
    1st April 2020 @ 5:01 pm

    You’re doing a excellent job Man,Keep it up.
    King regards,
    Thompson Henneberg


  2. Pritam
    19th July 2020 @ 3:41 am

    Hey Ajmer

    Thank you for the wonderful post. I have a question: why should we disable “Combine CSS files”?


    • Ajmer Singh
      19th July 2020 @ 12:10 pm

      Because SG Optimizer is too strict in case of minification & in most of the cases the website will break after combining all the CSS files. That is why I recommend SG Optimizer only for caching. For minification of Java, CSS, HTML use Autoptimize.
      They are working very hard to improve after every update but till stable and smooth version use Autoptimize.


  3. Chrles Burns
    26th July 2020 @ 10:03 pm

    There’s a new setting called “Combine JavaScript Files” under Front End Optimisation. Do you have any recommendations about this?
    I didn’t enable this yet as I suspect you prefer Autoptimize for this too!


    • Ajmer Singh
      27th July 2020 @ 8:17 am

      Yes. Disable this. Combining all the javascript files will conflict sometimes and break your site.
      Look, why I recommend Autoptimize is because I test both and Autoptimize gives better result than SG optimizer in case of minification.
      But that time SG optimizer comes with only few settings, now they are working hard to make everything inside this plugin only.
      So I hope in future we dont need different plugins like Autoptimize.
      They already removed one of my plugin after this new update (Database optimization. For which I use WP optimize).
      Thank you for your comment, I will update the new option in my article soon.


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