Exclude files from Load CSS Asynchronously
In some cases the option Load CSS Asynchronously may conflict with a specific file.
If this option causes any problems, you may need to exclude a file from the process. You can do that by downloading, installing, and editing the following small helper plugin.
📝 Manual code edit required before use!
You must edit the line beginning with
$excluded_files to reflect the path of the file you want to exclude.
Tips to make this work
Exclude from CSS minify/combine
If you are using CSS minify or combine you must exclude the same files from that option.
Excluding multiple files
Wildcards don't work here. Each exclusion must be added with a new line. For example:
$excluded_files = '/wp-content/plugins/plugin-name/filename1.css'; $excluded_files = '/wp-content/plugins/plugin-name/filename2.css'; $excluded_files = '/wp-content/plugins/plugin-name/filename3.css';
For wildcard exclusions, please check: Exclude all CSS files in a folder / directory from Load CSS Asynchronously
Remove query string
Remove any query string following the
.css extension. For example, to exclude:
Excluding externally hosted files
Use the filepath following the domain name to exclude files not hosted on your own domain. For example, to exclude: