December 14, 2013 at 12:26 pm 13694
|Tareq Hasan||I use WordPress front end pro for collecting posts. The plugin is active by default on all pages. I see it loads a lot of script on head section. I don't want all the scripts to load on all the pages, so i like to use 'plugin-organizer' to disable the plugin on pages that are not necessary. I know what pages the plugin is required, I have dashboard, front end post form pages, save pages, thankyou pages. Is there any other page does the plugin needs to remain active? If possible can you create plugin-organizer rules for wp front end pro plugin and send it back to me?|
December 14, 2013 at 12:55 pm 13695
There is a option already in the plugin to load the scripts in which pages? It’s on the “General Options” tab as “Load scripts/styles in all pages”.
What it does is, if you turn this off, it’ll load the script/styles from WPUF only in those pages where shortcodes from WPUF exists. So it should solve your issue.
December 14, 2013 at 1:07 pm 13698
|Jagan||This reply has been marked as private.|
December 14, 2013 at 2:31 pm 13705
Well, have checked but not thoroughly. As 3.8 release was mainly a UI refresh, it’ll not break anything 🙂