Using Asset CleanUp with NitroPack
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Asset CleanUp is compatible with NitroPack.

However, both plugins have features that could duplicate and result in possible issues.

We recommend you go over the list of features that shouldn’t be duplicated to get the best out of both plugins:

Optimize CSS / JavaScript

Both features in Asset Cleanup should be disabled for Minification, as NitroPack does this by default unless the files are excluded from optimization.

For the Combine CSS feature - it is recommended to be disabled Asset CleanUp, as NitroPack already handles this. You can find this setting in NitroPack, under > CSS for the CSS:

As for the Combine JavaScript feature, it can be enabled either in NitroPack, or in the Asset CleanUp plugin. You can find this setting in NitroPack, under > JS tab.

Unload CSS files

NitroPack does have a similar feature that is disabled by default. You can find this setting in NitroPack, under > CSS tab.

If, however, the feature is enabled in NitroPack, then it should be disabled in Asset CleanUp to avoid conflicts.

Always clear NitroPack’s cache after changes are made in Asset CleanUp, as they are not automatically detected.

You can do so under the Cache Insights tab in NitroPack’s dashboard:

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