Theme Settings

The theme settings are stored under Appearance -> Theme Settings in your WordPress admin area.


Settings

Under Settings, you can globally remove the headline and make your templates full-width for all pages on your website. These settings will overwrite the settings you have made on a page by page basis.


Performance

From the performance tab, you can clean up the head section of your website and remove unnecessary files to optimize loading speed.


Remove Feed Links

RSS feed links are added to each post/page of your website. Even if you use RSS feeds on your website, you can still remove the feed links from the head area.


Remove RSD

Example:

<link rel="EditURI" type="application/rsd+xml" title="RSD" href="https://aktivsport.de/xmlrpc.php?rsd" />

If you are editing your WordPress website from your browser (and not from a blog client) then – in most cases – you can remove the RSD link from your head section. A few third party plugins/services like Jetpack relies heavily on XML-RPC though. Make sure to test this if you run into issues with other plugins.


Remove wlwmanifest

Example:

<link rel="wlwmanifest" type="application/wlwmanifest+xml" href="https://yourwebsite.com/wp-includes/wlwmanifest.xml">

wlwmanifest stands for Windows Live Writer Manifest. If this is new to you, you may not be using Windows Live Writer (another blog editing client) and can savely remove it from your head section.


Remove Generator

Example:

<meta name="generator" content="WordPress 4.8.1">

The WordPress Generator link tells everyone that you’re running a WordPress website + the Version you’re using. Remove it!


Remove Shortlink

Example:

<link rel="shortlink" href="https://yourwebsite.com/?p=283" />

WordPress adds a shortlink to the head of your every post/page of your website. There’s no reason to keep it.


Disable emojis

This option saves you 1 php request and leaves it to the end users browser how to display smilies & emojis. This also cleans the head of your website by removing the emoji inline styles that get addes by WordPress.


Disable embeds

With Embeds, WordPress turns your links to youtube videos, tweets, images, etc into previews. If you’re using embeds, you probably know about that, if not you may want to disable embeds.


Disable jQuery migrate

Modern plugins usually don’t require jQuery migrate, so this adds unnecessary load to your website. You should definitely test this with your setup – personally, I always disable jQuery migrate and haven’t had any issues so far.


Disable RSS feed

If you’re not running a blog or simply don’t want to have RSS feeds on your website, turn them off.


Load Google Fonts asynchronously

Google Fonts are render-blocking when used in the header. Activating this option will use javascript to load your Google Fonts in the footer of your website. This is a good thing to do but will cause FOUT (flash of unstyled text) when the page is loading.


White Label

You can easily white label the Page Builder Framework by filling in your data under the white label tab. Note that you need to have either the main or child theme activated on your website for these changes to take affect.

To create a branded and white-labeled child theme, check out our Child Theme Generator.

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