This document lists all the situations where WordPress sends an email, along with how to filter or disable each email.
This is accurate as of WordPress 4.9.
There are a few TODOs left. Please bear with me.
This is a WORK IN PROGRESS intended for fleshing out and feedback
It's very common for people to be unhappy with how a WordPress plugin adds front end resources to their site. If a plugin needs CSS, the plugin will add a
Plugins do this because it works. It's damn important for a WordPress plugin to work, even in adverse conditions. They rightfully want good ratings and little customer support.
But this comes at the cost of additional HTTP requests. In optimizing front end performance of a site, reducing the number of HTTP requests is a huge thing. Front end developers want to decide and control how front end resources are being handled, and WordPress plugins don't typically make this easy on them.
|# Basic Usage|
|# requires that the user be logged in as an administrator and that a 'gwunrequire' parameter be added to the query string|
|# Enable for All Users (Including Visitors)|
|# still requires the 'gwunrequire' parameter be added to the query string|
|new GWUnrequire( array(|