Helper Lite for PageSpeed

Description

Speed up your site with attributes decoding=”async” & loading=”lazy” for <img> and <iframe>. Removes problem “Does not use passive listeners to improve scrolling performance”. Help to Up Your Google PageSpeed Insights Score.
The main development is all going on GitHub.

Screenshots

  • Before activating the plugin
  • After activating the plugin

Installation

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’
  2. Search for ‘Helper Lite for PageSpeed’
  3. Activate Helper Lite for PageSpeed from your Plugins page.
  4. [Optional] Configure plugin in ‘Settings > PageSpeed Helper’.

From WordPress.org

  1. Download Helper Lite for PageSpeed.
  2. Upload the ‘helper-lite-for-pagespeed’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…)
  3. Activate Helper Lite for PageSpeed from your Plugins page.
  4. [Optional] Configure plugin in ‘Settings > PageSpeed Helper’.

FAQ

What does the plugin do?

  • Adds decoding=”async” & loading=”lazy” attributes to all images on the page. It has been experimentally proven that the combination of these attributes speeds up page load by 0.1-0.2 seconds and increases Your Google PageSpeed Insights Score.
  • Adds loading=”lazy” attributes to all <iframe> on the page.
  • You can include a script that removes the Google PageSpeed Insights remark “Does not use passive listeners to improve scrolling performance”

Where are the plugin settings?

The settings are located at the section of the admin panel Settings > PageSpeed Helper

How to set up?

  1. In the first tab ‘Settings’ you can choose how to add attributes.

* The first method ‘Filters’ is safe, but does not apply attributes to all images.
* The second method ‘Buffer’ will add attributes to all images, but may cause problems on some sites.
* You can choose what values set to attributes or turn off them at all.
2. At the second tab ‘Scripts’ you can turn on a script,
which removes the Google PageSpeed Insights remark “Does not use passive listeners to improve scrolling performance”.

What is ‘Does not use passive listeners to improve scrolling performance’ ????

This PSI note, for example, may appear on pages where the comment-reply.min.js script is loaded. Several other scripts can also lead to this remark.

I installed the plugin but my Google PageSpeed Insights score did not increase

  • Clear cache on your site
  • The maximum effect will be on page with images. No images – no result
  • Plugin does not affect images added to background via css, for the simple reason that it is impossible to add decoding=”async” and loading=”lazy” attributes to them. The plugin only works with images added via the tag.

Reviews

جولای 21, 2020
Поможет ускорить сайт при открытии последних версиях Хром и ему подобных. Разработчикам посоветую добавить комментарии к настройкам.
جولای 20, 2020
Намного улучшились показатели сайта. На мобильном 25-->41 компьютер 61-->87 The site's performance has improved a lot. On mobile 25 -> 41 computer 61 -> 87
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Contributors & Developers

“Helper Lite for PageSpeed” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

“Helper Lite for PageSpeed” has been translated into 5 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

Translate “Helper Lite for PageSpeed” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

3.0.2

  • Fixed bug with translations

3.0.1

  • Fixed bugs

3.0

  • Plugin structure fully rewritten
  • Fix bug with double slash in script URL
  • “Contacts” tab changed to “Help” tab
  • Added little FAQ
  • Added More contacts information

2.5.8

  • Fixed incompatibility with plugin’s pro version
  • Fixed WordPress Coding Standards
  • Added new icon and cover

2.5.7

  • Fixed bugs

2.5.6

  • Added support attribute loading=”lazy” for iframe
  • Added “iframe loading” on “Settings” page

2.5.4

  • Plugin works only with GET requests due to Gutenberg’s issues
  • Buffer doesn’t get clean after plugin’s work
  • It’s possible now to select attributes value or turn off attribute at all
  • Added “Settings” and “Author” links on plugins page

2.5.3

  • Fixed unescaped double quotes in AJAX calls
  • Passive events are applying only on “touchstart”, “scroll” and “wheel” events
  • Fixed “undefined offset” warning

2.5.2

  • Fixed problem “Does not use passive listeners to improve scrolling performance”
  • Add Russian adn English language support

2.5.1

  • Fixed WordPress Coding Standards

2.3.8 (17.07.2020)

  • Fixed WordPress Coding Standards

2.3.7

  • Fixed bugs

2.3.3

  • Fixed bugs

2.2

  • Fixed bugs

2.1

  • Fixed bugs

2.0 (10.07.2020)

  • Fixed bugs