They are two totally different plugins with totally different functions. It's not an issue of "this one or that one".We had a discussion internally if we need Facebook for woocommerce and social rabbit at the same time or is that one plugin to much??
They are both extremely useful plugins that do different jobs and I recommend you use both. I and many others do.We would really like your thoughts on that
Google "Wordpress, too many plugins myth" or search this very forum. The topic has been discussed a lot.is that one plugin to much?
I have a snippet that will show all assets loading in every page of the site. I confirmed that all plugins are loading in all pages at the same time. So many plugins would really affect the performance of the site. Plugins including theme and wordpress assets can be disabled with the plugin I mentioned in my other post. Once an asset is disabled, it won't be showing here. This is the fact about plugins.Google "Wordpress, too many plugins myth" or search this very forum. The topic has been discussed a lot.
The snippet is in functions.php, not a part of Asset Cleanup plugin. It is to confirm that the asset that is unloaded in a page is not loading anymore. Without the snippet, you can only assume that the asset is not loading when unloaded in the plugin. The snippet is a big help since it is not only plugin assets that is showing, it include theme, wordpress core and third party assets, etc. Some handles you don't even recognize.Is that from that Asset Cleanup plugin you mentioned elsewhere? I've installed it on one site but haven't activated and played around with it yet. Looks good.