Perfmatters version 1.9.1

Version 1.9.1 of our Perfmatters WordPress plugin was released on May 23, 2022.

Changelog summary

  • Added new option to lazy load CSS Background Images.
  • Added new option for Dual Tracking when using gtag.js in local analytics.
  • Added new perfmatters_rest_api_exceptions filter.
  • Fixed an issue where individually delayed local scripts would not get correctly rewritten to load from the CDN.
  • Fixed an issue where lazy loading would run into an error if no px or % was specified with the threshold value.
  • Fixed an issue with buffer validation that was conflicting with certain caching setups.
  • Fixed an issue where existing font preconnect and prefetch tags were not being detected properly when using Local Fonts.
  • Fixed an error related to cookie constants when running MU Mode in certain environments.
  • Fixed multiple AMP validation errors and added additional checks to prevent certain functions from running on AMP URLs.
  • Minor adjustment to CDN rewrite regex pattern to work with encoded quotation characters.
  • Changed toggle CSS selectors to be more specific to prevent conflicts.
  • Moved plugin settings header output to in_admin_header action hook for compatibility.
  • Moved JS optimization functions to new class structure to be more inline with current codebase.
  • Improvements to critical image preloading allowed for a move to a singular output buffer.
author bio
Brett Jackson

Developer from Vancouver, WA, who loves building web applications. And of course, anything WordPress.

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