Performance Module Documentation

📝 Note: The Performance module is part of Neve Pro which you can get from here. If you would like to learn more about the Neve Pro Addon, take a look at Neve Pro Addon's full documentation.

The performance module provides some optimization options to enhance the performance of your site. In this article the following subjects will be presented:

🖲️ Activating the Module

Install the Neve PRO using these instructions.
Navigate to  Neve > Neve Options > Neve Pro.
Enable the Performance module.

🧰 Using the module

This module adds a few options to improve the speed of the site based on the existing plugins and options.

  • Enable Emoji removal - This option removes the core emoji script from WordPress. 
  • Enable Embedded removal - This option removes the embedded scripts.
  • Enable Local Fonts - It hosts the Google fonts locally. It means the fonts used on the site will be loaded from the server instead of requesting them to Google Fonts. This approach applies to all Google fonts on your website, it's not only for Neve fonts but for the ones loaded by other plugins as well. For achieving the same result with a third-party font, from a custom library, you can adapt and add this code snippet at the end of the functions.php file of your child theme, or in a custom plugin.
/* Themeisle Support - the following code snippet needs to be adjusted with the font name and library that you want to use with the Neve theme and store it locally */
/** This would most likely be getting done by some font plugin **/
function neve_enqueue_custom_font(){
	wp_enqueue_style( 'font-library-datalegreya', '');
add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'neve_enqueue_custom_font' );
/ ***/

function neve_download_custom_font( $providers ){
	$providers[] = ''; 
	return $providers;
add_filter('neve_font_providers', 'neve_download_custom_font');
  • Enable automatically lazy rendering of off-screen elements - This option improves the initial load time by skipping the rendering of content that appears below the fold. We automatically add the content-visibility property to offscreen content that enables the user agent to skip an element's rendering work (including layout and painting) until it is needed which makes the initial page load much faster.
    • 📝Note: If you want to learn more about the content-visibility property, please check this guide.
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