Disable Remove Unused CSS For Specific Pages or Posts

In some cases, you may need to disable the Remove Unused CSS feature on a specific page or group of pages.You have 2 options to achieve it:

Using the WP Rocket Options meta box

This is the simplest option when you need to disable it in a few posts.
In the WP Rocket Options meta box, on the Edit screen you can turn off any options of WP Rocket specifically for the page/post you’re currently editing. 

Just navigate to that box, un-check the Remove Unused CSS option, and update your post:

If you need more information on how to turn off additional options on a specific page/post, please read this doc.

Using a Helper plugin

If you don't want to do this page by page going into the editor and unticking the option there.

Manual code edit required before use!

To install and use the plugin please follow these steps:

  1. Download the helper plugin zip file, then un-zip it.
  2. Open the PHP file in a text editor.
    • If you will exclude posts by IDs, you must edit line 27 and add post IDs within the array parenthesis
    • If you won't be adding post ids but URLs, remove any content within the parenthesis on line 27.
    • If you will exclude posts by URLs, you must edit line 52 and add URLs to be excluded.
  3. Re-zip the folder.
  4. Install the helper plugin on your site - go to Plugins Add NewUpload plugin and select the zip file.
  5. Activate the plugin.

📥   Download (.zip):  WP Rocket | Disable Remove Unused CSS For Specific Pages or Posts
Developers: You can find the code for this plugin on GitHub.

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