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- Use your browser’s developer tools: Most modern browsers have built-in developer tools that allow you to inspect the code on a webpage. You can use these tools to identify which scripts are being loaded on your site and which ones are not being used.
- Manually check your theme and plugin files: If you are comfortable with coding, you can manually check your theme and plugin files to see which scripts are being loaded. Look for any scripts that are not being used and remove them from the code.
1. Deactivate Unused Plugins and Themes
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- Regularly audit your website: It’s a good idea to regularly audit your website and remove any unused plugins and themes. This will help keep your site lean and improve its performance.
- Use a caching plugin: A caching plugin can help improve your website’s performance by storing a static version of your site’s pages. This reduces the amount of code that needs to be loaded when a user visits your site.