It works for every page, blog posts, custom posts that are publicly queryable, archives and backend pages.
DEACTIVATE PLUGINS ON SPECIFIC PAGES TO IMPROVE THE PERFORMANCE
With FDP you can disable the entire plugins where you don’t need them. It will not only clean up the assets of third-party plugins, their PHP code will not run either. Hence, your pages will have fewer HTTP requests and fewer database queries.
You will improve the TTFB (time to first byte) also when the page is not served by cache.
Usually, the number of the needed plugin on a specific page is lower than the number of globally active plugins.
Why don’t you keep the plugins active only on the pages where you need them?
Most of the plugins load their assets and query the database on all the pages, no matter if they do something useful. This causes many times a worsening of the performance.
With FDP no matter how many plugins you have, you can keep them active only where you need them.
FEATURES OF THE PRO VERSION. THE PREMIUM VERSION ALSO INCLUDES:
- Unused plugins automatic suggestion both for frontend and backend
- Unused plugins automatic check after content update
- Recording of Ajax activities to find out on which Ajax action you need to disable specific plugins
- Recording of Post activities to find out on which Post action you need to disable specific plugins
- Rest APIs cleanup
- Translated URLs cleanup
- Cron Jobs cleanup
- General bloat deaactivation
- Options autoload management
- Stylesheests and scripts deactivation of remaining active plugins, theme and core
- Import/Export FDP settings
- Bulk actions to activate/deactivate plugins in the FDP settings
- Plugins deactivation by logged and unlogged user
- Automatic GTMetrix and Google PSI reports generation