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A WordPress plugin for experienced frontend performance engineers to take control over the scripts and styles enqueued on their site.
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=== Asset Queue Manager === Contributors: NateWr Author URI: https://zao.is Plugin URL: https://github.com/zao-web/asset-queue-manager Requires at Least: 4.0 Tested Up To: 4.8 Tags: developer, tool, debug, development, developer, debugging Stable tag: 2.0.0 License: GPLv2 or later Donate link: https://zao.is A tool for experienced front-end performance engineers to take control over the scripts and styles enqueued on their site. == Description == This tool allows you to monitor, dequeue and re-enqueue scripts and styles that are enqueued on your site. It is designed for fron-tend performance engineers who want to view and manage all assets enqueued on any page and control the minification and concatenation themselves. For background, please read [Chris Coyier's initial request](https://gist.github.com/chriscoyier/2074e17ce9ae5e6d537e). **Warning: This plugin makes it easy to break your site. Don't use this unless you know what you're doing.** = How to use = Once the plugin is activated, browse to any page on the front of your site. An Assets link will appear on the top right of the admin bar. Click that to view and manage all assets. = Developers = Development takes place on [GitHub](https://github.com/zao-web/asset-queue-manager). Patches welcome. == Installation == 1. Unzip `asset-queue-manager.zip` 2. Upload the contents of `asset-queue-manager.zip` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 3. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress == Frequently Asked Questions == = I dequeued jQuery (or something I shouldn't have) and now my site is broken = Go to the list of plugins in your admin panel. Find the Asset Queue Manager and click the "Restore Dequeued Assets" link. == Screenshots == 1. View details about assets enqueued in the head or footer. Dequeue them or view them for copying and minifying on your own. 2. View details about assets that are being dequeued by this plugin. Requeue them or view them for copying and minifying on your own. == Changelog == = 2.0.0 (2017-03-27) = * Enhancement: Can now select query variables like is_page(), is_page( ID ), is_post_type( $type ), is_front_page(), is_taxonomy_archive(), etc. to selectively dequeue on a per-page basis, rather than everywhere. * New owners: Hi! I'm Justin. Nate graciously allowed us over at Zao to adopt this plugin and we couldn't be more excited. = 1.0.3 (2016-03-10) = * Fix #5: issues with third-party code which extends native types. h/t @AndiDittrich of https://wordpress.org/plugins/enlighter/ = 1.0.2 (2016-02-17) = * Fix #4: allow assets with dots in the handle to be managed = 1.0.1 (2014-12-17) = * Fix critical bug where assets were only dequeued for logged in users with the admin bar present = 1.0 (2014-10-23) = * Initial release