RapidLoad 2.2 – Speed Monster in One Plugin


Automated site speed optimization for WordPress [PAID PREMIUM PLUGIN]

RapidLoad is a tool that can greatly improve your website’s performance and user experience. It offers easy installation and onboarding, optimizing various elements like CSS, JavaScript, and images. With a global content delivery network(CDN) with Page Caching techniques, your site will load quickly for users worldwide. Plus, it includes the TITAN OPTIMIZER feature for page speed optimization.

Unlock the speed monster in you with these features

  • Titan Optimizer
    • Built-in Google Page Insight Reports
    • Recommended Actions for Audits
    • No more back and forth switching between websites
    • See all optimization status in one place
  • RapidLoad CDN
    • Tier 1 Global Network
    • 121 Edge Locations
    • 24 ms Average Worldwide Latency
    • NVMe+ SSD Servers
  • Image Delivery
    • Automatic on-the-fly Image Optimization
    • Modern WEBP, AVIF Support
    • Built in Image CDN
    • Adaptive Responsive Images
    • Automatic width height setup
    • Automatic LCP image prioritization
    • Lazy Load Images
  • CSS Delivery
    • Unused CSS Removal
    • Critical CSS Generation
    • Minify
  • Javascript Delivery
    • Defer Javascript
    • Delay non-critical Javascript
    • Minify
  • Font Delivery
    • Self-Host Google Fonts
    • Preload Fonts
  • Page Cache
    • Automatic Page Cache
    • Cache Preloading
    • Cache Purging

More about what’s in RapidLoad


Introducing Titan Optimizer, the ultimate tool for boosting your WordPress website’s speed and performance. In today’s digital world, having a fast, user-friendly site is crucial. Titan comes with an inbuilt Google PageSpeed Insights report generator, saving you the hassle of using external tools. It provides a thorough analysis of your site’s performance, covering everything from audits to diagnostics, all within your content management system (CMS).

But Titan doesn’t stop at analysis; it offers practical solutions to improve identified issues. It not only diagnoses problems but also gives you clear steps to fix them. With Titan, you’ll not only understand your site’s performance but also have a roadmap for making it better.

If you want an all-in-one solution to supercharge your WordPress site’s speed and user experience, Titan Optimizer is your answer. Say goodbye to the confusion of multiple tools and hello to streamlined web optimization with Titan.


RapidLoad is a specialized CSS optimization tool for WordPress websites. It improves site performance through several key features. First, it identifies and removes unused CSS, resulting in faster loading times and better user experiences. Second, it generates Critical CSS, ensuring above-the-fold content loads instantly. Additionally, RapidLoad minimizes CSS code by eliminating unnecessary characters, further speeding up loading times. It offers various other CSS optimization features, making it a comprehensive solution for enhancing website speed and user satisfaction. This optimization not only improves user experience but can also positively impact search engine rankings, making it a valuable tool for website owners.


RapidLoad offers powerful image optimization to enhance your website’s visual appeal and performance. It balances faster load times with maintaining stunning image quality. With advanced compression techniques – lossy, glossy, and lossless – you can choose the right balance between speed and quality. Lossy achieves the highest compression rate, glossy retains image authenticity, and lossless preserves the original quality, making it ideal for various image types.

RapidLoad also introduces efficient lazy-loading for images and iframes, reducing initial page load times and improving user experience. Plus, the Priority LCP Images feature prioritizes and preloads above-the-fold images, ensuring a seamless browsing experience from the moment your site loads, keeping users engaged and satisfied. It’s a comprehensive solution to captivate visitors with visually stunning and high-performing web content.


RapidLoad utilizes a global Content Delivery Network (CDN) with 112 strategically located edge servers worldwide to efficiently distribute website content. With a remarkable 27ms latency, it ensures rapid access to resources, resulting in faster page loading and an exceptional user experience. RapidLoad’s CDN accelerates content delivery, making slow loading times a thing of the past, ultimately delighting your audience with seamless browsing and faster website performance.


RapidLoad offers top-tier tools to optimize JavaScript for superior performance and user experiences. With its JavaScript minification, you can shrink file sizes and streamline code, resulting in faster load times, increased user engagement, and higher conversions. RapidLoad also excels in JavaScript deferring, intelligently delaying non-critical script loading for quicker initial page loads. Moreover, you can enhance user interaction by postponing JavaScript until needed, ensuring a seamless and immersive browsing experience while preventing slowdowns during the initial page load.


Fonts play a crucial role in a website’s character, and RapidLoad’s font delivery enhances this aspect. It offers self-hosted Google Fonts, allowing you to store and serve fonts from your server, giving you more control over your website’s voice and reducing reliance on external resources. Additionally, you can improve speed with font URL preloading, downloading font files before they’re needed, reducing page load times, ensuring faster font rendering, and enhancing user experience, making your content more accessible and visible.


Page Cache is the “memory” of a website, storing previously accessed data or resources to be quickly retrieved, reducing server load, and enhancing page loading speed for a greater user experience.

RapidLoad empowers your website with a cutting-edge page cache, resembling a powerful memory bank that stores previously accessed data and resources. By quickly retrieving cached content, RapidLoad significantly reduces server load and supercharges page loading speed. Providing seamless browsing, reduced latency, and delighted users with RapidLoad’s advanced page cache.

RapidLoad goes the extra mile to optimize your website’s mobile experience. Our innovative mobile cache ensures lightning-fast loading times and a seamless browsing experience for your mobile users. Benefit from reduced latency minimized data usage, and enhanced mobile performance with RapidLoad’s dedicated mobile cache.

Elevate your mobile website’s speed with RapidLoad cache and let your users get the best website experience from any device.


  • Titan Optimizer analyze.
  • Titan Optimizer metrics.
  • RapidLoad Dashboard.


This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.


  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/plugin-name directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Use the Settings->Plugin Name screen to configure the plugin
  4. (Make your instructions match the desired user flow for activating and installing your plugin. Include any steps that might be needed for explanatory purposes)


How much does it cost to purchase a license of RapidLoad and where can I buy one?

You can purchase the license for as little as $10/m. Just sign up directly via rapidload.io website.

What are the Terms and Conditions of rapidload.io usage

Read it here : https://rapidload.io/terms-conditions/

How does this plugin speed up my site?

It optimizes your site’s loading speed by leveraging advanced caching mechanisms, minimizing server requests, and optimizing the delivery of static assets like images, CSS, and JavaScript files. Additionally, RapidLoad utilizes techniques like lazy loading, which defers the loading of non-critical elements until they are needed, further enhancing the overall speed and efficiency of your site. Smaller files = faster sites!

My Site is broken after using RapidLoad. What can i do ?

There is a possibility the page can be broken with RapidLoad as it does the removal automatically. you can easily fix broken elements with safelist rules. we recommend to turn on “Load Original CSS files” and add safelist rules. if you are not sure how to add safelist rules create a support ticket in https://rapidload.zendesk.com/hc/en-us one of our support member will help you out .

Do I need to run this every time I make a change?

No! RapidLoad works in the background, so any new stylesheets that are added will be analyzed and optimized on the fly. Just set it and forget it!

Will this plugin work with Woocommerce?

Absolutely. RapidLoad works with Woocommerce, Woocommerce themes, and Woocommerce plugins.

Will this plugin work with other caching plugins?

RapidLoad works with all major caching plugins. If you are using a little known caching plugin and are experiencing issues with RapidLoad, please submit your issue and caching plugin name to our support team and we will review.

How is this plugin different from CriticalCSS?

RapidLoad looks for CSS that is not being applied at all and stops it from being loaded. CriticalCSS looks for CSS that needs to be applied when the page begins loading and reorders it based on priority.

How do exclusions work?

RapidLoad accepts both broad and star(*) expressions and regular expression exclusions of CSS selectors. You can add your exclusions in the unused CSS tab of the Autoptimize plugin settings.


In many places a bit more technical than my pay grade but once understood this is a really powerful plugin that can solve your load speed issues. The Titan Optimiser feature is brilliant. The results, after final tweaking, were so astonishing I kept refreshing Google PageSpeed repeatedly in case it was a mistake... Beware though, that it can impact some javascript functionality but these can be excluded from optimisation once you've identified them.
I was trying to optimize our company website to comply and pass Google's Core Web Vitals tests. I did everything I could using Autoptimize + other plugins spending countless hours reading and testing and still couldn't get the results as high as possible. Then I found out about Rapidload (from Autoptimize settings page) and decided to give it a try. Boy was I amazed at the plugins UX and ease of use. It's a breeze setting it up. Then I needed some help from the Rapidload team to perfect the settings and the results the plugin gives and the support was amazing. I quickly got contacted by Rimaz who was very friendly and extremely helpful. Now our website scores 100 on CWV. Go see for yourself mediatrading dot bg. If you're looking for a plugin to speed up and optimize your website then this is the one you're looking for. Just give it a try!
Rapidload tech support was very helpful in helping me get the plugin set up correctly and to resolve some page rendering issues with WooCommerce. I was under the impression that Rapidload worked in concert with Autopimize. But it doesn't (maybe it can), but it's a stand-alone app. That was part of my confusion. My site is super fast now just using Rapidload.


“RapidLoad 2.2 – Speed Monster in One Plugin” 是开源软件。 以下人员对此插件做出了贡献。



2.2.15 – 29/02/2024

  • fix: known bugs

2.2.14 – 20/02/2024

  • feat: deferring the youtube videos by displaying the poster image until user interacts
  • feat: add delay exclusions with easy UI
  • fix: delay js legacy compatibility

2.2.13 – 31/01/2024

  • fix: broken Titan Optimizer for some users

2.2.12 – 31/01/2024

  • fix: vulnerable to SSRF

2.2.11 – 26/01/2024

  • fix: known bugs

2.2.10 – 24/01/2024

  • fix: vulnerable to SSRF

2.2.9 – 26/12/2023

  • fix: Fatal error when clearing product page cache

2.2.8 – 25/12/2023

  • fix: known bugs

2.2.7 – 21/12/2023

  • fix: set width and height not working for images

2.2.6 – 18/12/2023

  • fix: syntax error in rapidload dashboard

2.2.5 – 18/12/2023

  • fix: syntax error in rapidload dashboard

2.2.4 – 15/12/2023

  • improved: delay js event handling

2.2.3 – 13/12/2023

  • improved: delay js execution
  • improved: delay js event handling

2.2.2 – 13/12/2023

  • improved: delay js execution
  • improved: delay js event handling
  • fix: known bugs

2.2.1 – 05/12/2023

  • fix: known bugs

2.2.0 – 30/11/2023

  • feat: Improved defer javascript handling with inline-scripts
  • new: all the javascript files are delayed with new delay JS improvement
  • new: topologically batched delayed javascript execution

2.1.14 – 22/11/2023

  • feat: add debug mode to titan
  • fix: inline background images not optimizing
  • fix: known bugs

2.1.13 – 14/11/2023

  • fix: known bugs

2.1.12 – 14/11/2023

  • fix: known bugs

2.1.11 – 14/11/2023

  • improve: CDN option not working in Titan Optimizer
  • fix: known bugs

2.1.10 – 06/11/2023

  • improve: inline style minify

2.1.9 – 31/10/2023

  • fix: Dashboard UI

2.1.8 – 31/10/2023

  • fix: Dashboard UI
  • fix: CDN purging

2.1.7 – 27/10/2023

  • improve: Titan optimizer options update

2.1.6 – 27/10/2023

  • fix: media library section break

2.1.5 – 26/10/2023

  • fix: remove duplicate queries

2.1.4 – 26/10/2023

  • fix: Titan Optimizer not working for subpages

2.1.3 – 24/10/2023

  • feat: Introducing Titan Optimizer

2.1.0 – 24/10/2023

  • feat: integrate Titan Optimizer

2.0.28 – 11/09/2023

  • fix: google font stylesheet not removing

2.0.27 – 01/09/2023

  • fix: some inline style images not optimizing

2.0.26 – 31/08/2023

  • fix: skipping gtag js on optimization

2.0.25 – 29/08/2023

  • improve: add default exclusions for javascript optimizations

2.0.24 – 28/07/2023

  • fix: selector pack items being duplicate

2.0.23 – 20/07/2023

  • feat: switch cdn staging to live
  • fix: all jobs getting cleared when all rules cleared
  • fix: remove backslashes from additional critical css content
  • fix: original css files not loading if mobile critical css enabled
  • fix: extract image url with https

2.0.22 – 17/07/2023

  • feat: add filter to prevent load original css on user interaction
  • fix: exclude background images being lazy loaded not working
  • fix: display RapidLoad menu in admin bar only to users with manage options permission

2.0.21 – 11/07/2023

  • feat: improve inline js optimization

2.0.20 – 11/07/2023

  • feat: improve inline js optimization

2.0.19 – 03/07/2023

  • feat: load original css with relative path urls

2.0.18 – 03/07/2023

  • feat: load original css with relative path urls

2.0.17 – 03/07/2023

  • feat: add support for data-src tag on image optimization
  • feat: load original css with relative path urls
  • feat: update new documentation link
  • improve: mobile critical css to eliminate reduce unused css

2.0.16 – 15/06/2023

  • feat: improved iframe lazy-loading

2.0.15 – 12/06/2023

  • fix: migration tables not creating on update

2.0.14 – 09/06/2023

  • fix: minor UI improvements

2.0.13 – 06/06/2023

  • feat: add filter to change the RapidLoad root url
  • fix: minor UI improvements

2.0.12 – 02/06/2023

  • feat: add filter to change the RapidLoad root dir
  • fix: minor UI improvements
  • fix: typecast job limit to integer
  • fix: purge admin area styles and javascript on plugin update
  • chore: update WordPress compatibility

2.0.11 – 29/05/2023

  • fix: remove aggregate css option
  • fix: bug in loading selector packs
  • chore: updated banner

2.0.10 – 27/05/2023

  • Added JS optimization, image optimization, built-in CDN, page cache, and font optimization features for enhanced performance and bring you 95+ scores in page speed.
  • fix: rules are not showing up in the legacy dashboard

2.0.9 – 27/05/2023

  • Added JS optimization, image optimization, built-in CDN, page cache, and font optimization features for enhanced performance and bring you 95+ scores in page speed.

1.7.3 – 04/04/2023

  • fix: UnusedCSS – Malformed Request Detected error

1.7.2 – 10/03/2023

  • fix: potential vulnerability in AJAX requests verified with nonce

1.7.1 – 08/02/2023

  • improve: critical css jobs queue process

1.7.0 – 27/01/2023

  • feat: new improved and faster serverless architecture deployed for optimization jobs

1.6.36 – 10/01/2023

  • fix: potential vulnerability check added for rule-based-injection

1.6.34 – 21/11/2022

  • fix: wrong folder permission for the cache folder
  • fix: load original css not working for inlined stylesheets
  • improve: remove critical-css styles when load original css enabled
  • feat: tested up to WordPress 6.1

1.6.33 – 21/10/2022

  • improve: remove no-scripts tag wrapping for replaceable stylesheets

1.6.32 – 14/10/2022

  • fix : mobile critical-css files getting deleted when clearing cache files

1.6.31 – 23/09/2022

  • fix : known bugs to smooth user experience

1.6.30 – 19/09/2022

  • fix : known bugs to smooth user experience

1.6.29 – 15/09/2022

1.6.28 – 12/09/2022

  • fix : URL too long issue on DataTable in the jobs table

1.6.27 – 08/09/2022

  • improve : handle jobs hanging in processing status

1.6.26 – 26/07/2022

  • feat : added nitropack plugin support

1.6.25 – 22/07/2022

  • fix : known bugs to smooth user experience

1.6.24 – 12/07/2022

  • feat : tested up-to WordPress version 6.0
  • feat : don’t clear inlined critical CSS on user-interaction
  • feat: added referral program
  • fix : throws 410 gone when unused css file cannot find the original css file on some cases
  • fix : rules gets deleted when jobs gets deleted

1.6.23 – 18/04/2022

  • feat : tested upto wordpress version 5.9
  • improve : support for multi sites environment

1.6.22 – 03/02/2022

  • feat : tested upto wordpress version 5.9
  • fix : PHP Warning – array_column() expects parameter 1 to be array, bool given

1.6.21 – 26/10/2021

  • feat : tested upto wordpress version 5.9
  • fix : PHP Warning – array_column() expects parameter 1 to be array, bool given

1.6.20 – 26/10/2021

  • fix: rapidload table’s not creating in wordpress multi site setup

1.6.19 – 26/10/2021

  • feat: minify additional critical css
  • feat: add filter to deregister backend stylesheet conflicts
  • fix: disable requeue on warnings not working
  • fix: creating empty folders for debug logs
  • fix: Fatal error: Uncaught TypeError: count()

1.6.18 – 05/10/2021

  • feat: add Ninja Forms plugin support
  • improve: exclude woocommerce dynamic pages

1.6.17 – 01/10/2021

  • improve: rule based injection

1.6.16 – 30/09/2021

  • fix: critical job duplication error

1.6.15 – 29/09/2021

  • feat: add option to enable mobile version of critical css
  • feat: exclude RapidLoad from amp pages
  • improve: disable critical css if render blocking option enabled in wprocket or autoptimize
  • improve: exclude post types [shop_coupon, shop_order] from optimization

1.6.14 – 23/09/2021

  • fix: W3C validation errors thrown by RapidLoad

1.6.13 – 22/09/2021

  • feat: added export/import option for rules
  • fix: PHP 8.0 – Fatal error Uncaught ArgumentCountError: 99 arguments are required, 3 given

1.6.12 – 06/09/2021

  • feat: generate separate critical css for mobile
  • feat: removed critical css style element on user interaction if load original css enabled

1.6.11 – 04/09/2021

  • fix: removed frontend logging function making db calls on debugging mode
  • fix: W3C validation errors thrown by RapidLoad (removed rapidload headers)

1.6.10 – 30/08/2021

  • feat : added asset clean up plugin support
  • fix: W3C validation errors thrown by RapidLoad

1.6.9 – 25/08/2021

  • feat : added wpforms plugin support
  • feat : update sitemap url from robots.txt file
  • fix : special chars being encoded in scripts (&amp, &quote)
  • fix : Can not read property aoData of undefined
  • fix : usort(): Returning …