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litespeed_wiki:cache:lscwp:configuration:optimize [2018/10/04 18:33]
Lisa Clarke [Generate Critical CSS in the Background] Added placeholders for Separate CCSS
litespeed_wiki:cache:lscwp:configuration:optimize [2018/11/27 20:23] (current)
Lisa Clarke Brought up to date w/v2.7.3
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 **Please test these options thoroughly before enabling them on your production site!** **Please test these options thoroughly before enabling them on your production site!**
  
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 ===== CSS Minify ===== ===== CSS Minify =====
 //OFF// //OFF//
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 ==== Separate CCSS Cache Post Types ==== ==== Separate CCSS Cache Post Types ====
-Coming soon.+By default, one set of Critical CSS is saved for each post type. That is, CCSS for Posts, CCSS for Pages, CCSS for Products (if you have a custom post type called "​Product"​). If you have a post type where every item within that post type has different formatting, then one set of Critical CSS will not due. Add that post type to the box, and Critical CSS will be generated for each item of that post type.  
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 +For example, if every Page on the site has different formatting, enter ''​page''​ in the box. Separate critical CSS files will be stored for every Page on the site.
  
 ==== Separate CCSS Cache URIs ==== ==== Separate CCSS Cache URIs ====
-Coming soon.+If you have pages that don't follow the same formatting rules as the rest of their post type, you can list the URIs (or partial URIs) for those pages in this boxSeparate critical CSS files will be generated for paths containing these strings. The URIs will be compared to the ''​REQUEST_URI''​ server variable. For example, for ''/​mypath/​mypage?​aa=bb'',​ ''​mypage?​aa=''​ can be used here. 
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 +To match the beginning, add ''​^''​ to the beginning of the item. To do an exact match, add ''​$''​ to the end of the URL. One per line. 
 ==== Inline CSS Async Lib ==== ==== Inline CSS Async Lib ====
 //ON// //ON//
 
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