Preparing (for) Autoptimize 2.0.3 or 2.1.0

It’s that time of the year again where I humbly ask Autoptimize’s users to download and test the “beta”-version of the upcoming release. I’m not entirely sure whether this should be 2.0.3 (a minor release) or 2.1.0 (a major one), but I’ll let you guys & girls decide, OK?

Anyway, the following changes are in said new release;

  • Autoptimize now adds a small menu to the admin-toolbar (can be disabled with a filter) that shows the cache size and provides the possibility to purge the cache. A big thanks to Pablo Custo for his hard work on this nice feature!
  • If the cache size becomes too big, a mail will be sent to the site admin (pass `false` to `autoptimize_filter_cachecheck_sendmail` filter to disable or pass alternative email to the `autoptimize_filter_cachecheck_mailto` filter)
  • An extra tab is shown (can be hidden with a filter) with information about my upcoming premium power-ups and other optimization tools- and services.
  • Misc. bugfixes & small improvements (see the commit-log on GitHub)

So, if you’re curious about Pablo’s beautiful menu or if you just want to help Autoptimize out, download the beta and provide me with your feedback. If all goes well, we’ll be able to push it (2.1.0?) out in the first half of August!

18 thoughts on “Preparing (for) Autoptimize 2.0.3 or 2.1.0

  1. M Asif Rahman

    Its good changes. I loved the menu. You should definitely call it 2.1.0, at least I would do so with my plugin.

    BTW why the auto clean option does not work? Few days ago my server space was full used because of this, how to get this work? And any solution for this issue coming in this version?

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    1. frank Post author

      No auto clean in 2.1.0 (or 2.0.3 ;-) ), for reasons explained in the FAQ. But you should now get a mail if the cache size grows to big (bigger then 0.5GB by default).

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  2. Ronald Heijnes

    Hallo Frank,
    De changes look interesting. I will test the beta on my testsite. If I notice anything worth mentioning, I wil let you know. I really love this plugin and use it on all the sites I manage!
    Ronald Heijnes

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  3. Marius

    Can you put a checkbox to move from adressbar the “autoptimize cache”?
    I really like to have clear there.
    I have tested on some shared hostings and all is ok :)

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    1. frank Post author

      A checkbox would be overkill (have to keep those settings mean and lean), but you can disable the toolbar with 1 line of code Marius;
      add_filter('autoptimize_filter_toolbar_show',__return_false);

      thanks for testing! :)

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