With the options described in this section, you will find out how to use options to improve the performance of your website.
- Google Fonts
Choose if fonts on your website should be loaded from Google servers, stored and loaded from your server, or disabled entirely.
Cache fonts localAfter selecting to cache fonts locally on your server, you need to click on download button, and save theme options.
- Lazy load
Disable or enable lazy load for images on your website
- Theme assets
Choose if theme assets should load or not. Assets avaiable there are: Entrance animations, Font Awesome, HTML5 video player.
- WordPress assets
Choose if WordPress assets should load or not. Assets avaiable there are: Block library, Dashicons, Emoji
- jQuery location
Choose if jQuery files should load in Header or Footer of your website. WordPress loads jQuery in Header so Footer location may crash some plugins which load scripts in header too
- CSS location
Choose if CSS files should load in Header or Footer of your website. Moving CSS to Footer may change the weight of some CSS declarations and may require some adjustment in your custom CSS code
- Builder local styles
Choose if CSS builder files should load from an external file or inline in header.By default theme uses external CSS files, use inline option to prevent CLS
Disable or enable minified version of all theme CSS files.
Disable or enable minified version of all theme JS files.
- Cache assets
Disable or enable caching assets like: CSS, JS, images, etc.
- Static CSS
Changes in theme options are saved as CSS and inserted into the head of your website. You can enable the static CSS option and make them a separate file that will create itself, update, and minify each time you save theme options.