OMGF (Pro): CompatibILITY
Tested Themes & Page Builders
OMGF and OMGF Pro and its Auto Detect features are tested contiuously with popular themes and page builders to make sure they follow the latest conventions stated by WordPress and the PHP Team.
Is your theme/plugin not listed here? No worries. It’s impossible to test OMGF (Pro) with the millions themes and plugins available on the market. Just shoot me a message including your theme or page builder and I’ll see what I can do.
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|Theme / Plugin||OMGF *||OMGF Pro|
** OMGF Pro isn’t compatible with Avada (yet), because Avada includes Google Fonts with the theme in (unoptimized) TTF format and includes them in a stylesheet.
*** Make sure Use Google Fonts is enabled in Divi’s general options.
Known Issues with other Plugins
It’s impossible to test OMGF (Pro) with all WordPress Plugins available on the market. That’s why, as I (or other users) find issues/solutions with other plugins I will add them here. Found one? Let me know!
|Autoptimize||If Autoptimize’s option Optimize Google Fonts is set to any option other than Leave as is, OMGF (Pro) can’t detect any fonts.||Set Optimize Google Fonts to Leave as is.|
|iThemes Security||OMGF (Pro) can’t detect and download any fonts if this plugin is enabled.||Disable iThemes Security before running OMGF’s detection routine. After succesful completion, re-enable iThemes Security.|
Note: OMGF’s Automatic optimization mode might run into continuous issues while iThemes Security is enabled.
|LiteSpeed Cache||OMGF (Pro) doesn’t detect and/or download any fonts.||Set Load Google Fonts Asynchronously to Off in LiteSpeed Cache > Page Optimization > HTML Settings (used to be Optimization.)|
|NinjaFirewall||OMGF (Pro) can’t detect and/or download any fonts.||Before running OMGF’s detection routine (whether in Automatic or in Manual mode) temporarily disable Set X-Content-Type-Options to protect against MIME type confusion attacks under Ninja FIrewall > Firewall Policies > Advanced Policies.|
|Oxygen||WebFont loader isn’t properly removed.||Before running OMGF’s detection routine (whether in Automatic or Manual mode) go to Oxygen > Settings > Bloat Eliminator, check Disable webfont.js and Save Changes.|
|PerfMatters||OMGF (Pro) can’t detect and/or download any fonts.||Before running OMGF’s Auto-detect make sure the option Disable REST API is set to Default (enabled).|
Once you’ve finished configuring OMGF’s stylesheets, you can put it back to one of the other options.
|Thrive Architect||OMGF Pro doesn’t remove external requests.||After running OMGF Pro’s optimization routine, go to Thrive Dashboard > General Settings and check Disable all Google Fonts loaded by Thrive on your website.|
When running OMGF Pro in Automatic Optimization Mode, check the Task Manager to make sure it’s processed all posts/pages and archives before enabling the above mentioned option.
If you ever need to change fonts, disable the above mentioned option. Run OMGF Pro’s optimization routine and when finished, enable the option again.