Booster Sweeper Documentation

On this page hopefully we help you with all the answers you may have with Booster Sweeper plugin.

Installation

Upload a plugin through the WordPress interface

Download the purchased plugin. Go to the “Plugins” section of your WordPress admin dashboard. Click on the “Add new” and chose “Upload plugin” button. Click on “Browse” to select the plugin. Finish with “Install Now” button.

Activate the plugin

Activate the Booster Sweeper plugin

Now, visit the “Installed Plugins” section. Activate Booster Sweeper Pro.

Booster Sweeper - reach the menu

Once active you can reach out to the Settings menu from the admin’s left sidebar navigator.

Global settings

Navigate to the Booster Sweeper’s Settings page. here you can determine the global site options.

Booster Sweeper - options navigation

Individual page settings

On each post/page you can manage assets for that post/page. Switching the tabs allows you to manage assets for the front side or back-end side of the page.

Booster Sweeper - per post settings

License

To activate the license for your Booster Sweeper Pro plugin, select the “License Info” menu item from the Booster Sweeper sidebar menu.

Booster Sweeper - activate the license

Settings – General

With general options you can remove some common html tags that WordPress is adding which may be surplus for your site. These options are pretty much self explanatory though each has description provided.

Booster Sweeper - options navigation

Settings – Assets (options)

These options will allow you to set how you discover resources over your site.

Booster Sweeper - Assets options
Booster Sweeper - discover assets option
Enable assets discovery
Booster Sweeper - Assets discoverd list

Available options:

  • Enable assets discovery – You’ll be able to see which styles and scripts are loading on each page.
  • Exclude individual post settings of Booster Sweeper – Though it may be convenient to have Booster Sweeper options on each post/page, it can be better organized if everything is handled from the global settings
  • Exclude individual post settings of Booster Sweeper based on Post Type(s) – If the above option isn’t turned on, you can exclude individual settings of Booster Sweeper per post type, e.g. post/page or 3rd party added e.g. review/testimonials etc. Sometimes post type posts aren’t accessible on the front-end, i.e. providing settings only on the back-end of the site, one more reason to disable Booster Sweeper metabox for that post type.
  • Reset Booster Sweeper settings for individual Post/Page – From the Booster Sweeper settings on the individual page/post, sometimes you may unload the wrong script/style and get your admin page messed completely. With this option you can reset the Booster Sweeper settings of each individual page.

Settings – Manage assets

You have two tabs for managing assets over your site. One is for the front-end side, while other is for the back-end of the site.

Available options:

– Groups:
  • Add new – add assets to this group and set where to unload/load them
– Each group options:
  • Name – Give a name for the group
  • Test mode – Only you as the administrator will see the made changes. Actually, saved options will affect just the users that are logged-in and actually can manage options, e.g. the site Administrators
  • Force de-registration – This isn’t recommended, still you may use it in some occasions. In essence, it will also unload resources that the script is dependent on. if some style/script is dependent on other asset, even though you select it for unload, it will still be loading if other asset is invoking it. For example, often some scripts require jQuery. With this forced de-registration, required script will also be dequeued. However, this isn’t recommended. It’s much better to list both resources for unload, than to force the one which will cause the other to be unloaded as well.
  • Assets tab:
    • Set style(s) – Enter the handle, i.e. the name of the stylesheet(s) you wish to be affected
    • Set script(s) – Enter the handle, i.e. the name of the script(s) you wish to be affected
Booster Sweeper - set styles and scripts for dequeueing

Conditionals (Frontend)

Booster Sweeper - Conditionals options
  • Conditionals Tab:
    • Condition type
      • None – The selected assets will be removed over the whole front end side of the site
      • Load only on following pages – The targeted assets will be loading on the selected pages
      • Exclude on following pages – The targeted assets will be prevented from loading on the selected pages
    • Note: If one of the options from the “Condition type” other than “None” is selected, you can target specific pages by selecting from the following:
      • Post types, Custom post types, Specific post(s), page(s), Product(s) if WooCommerce is installed on the site, target by string in a URL’s path (RegEx).
      • Further, target all archives or particular category, tag(s), date(s) archive.
      • Similarly, set all WooCommerce archives or specific product category or tag(s).
      • At last, target custom post type(s) archives – i.e. archives of the post types added by 3rd party plugins (if you have such on the site)

Conditionals (Backend)

Booster Sweeper - Conditionals options for backend
  • Conditionals Tab:
    • Condition type
      • None – The selected assets will be removed over the whole back end side of the site
      • Load only on following pages – The targeted assets will be loading on the specified pages
      • Exclude on following pages – The targeted assets will be prevented from loading on the specified pages
    • Note: If one of the options from the “Condition type” other than “None” is selected, you target specific admin pages by stating its names. Tip: use Assets discovery option.

Review all

You see, you can have dozens of groups and with “Review all” you can have a neat overview of used assets.

Booster Sweeper - Manage frontend assets
Toggle-on this option to see:
  • Which styles and scripts are used over the groups.
  • By group used styles and scripts along with condition applied, i.e. which pages are affected by this group

Settings – Import/Export

Here you can download the settings. Or you can import those settings by pasting the string from the downloaded file.

Booster Sweeper - Import Export settings

Available patterns

  • Trigger buttons
  • Contact
  • Cookies & GDPR
  • Call to action
  • Media
  • Promo
  • Signups

Currently there’s more than 80+ patterns suitable for FloatAny or InjectAny panels, but you can also use them in regular posts.

Use Patterns as a foundation for the MaxBoxy content. It may be it’s all you need, but at least it’s certainly a strong base in building attractive designs for FloatAny or InjectAny panels.

Panel types

  • Toggler
  • Closer

Panel roles

  • Rotator
  • Hidden
  • Banish
  • Exit intent
  • Hover out
  • Igniter

Showing style

  • Bump in
  • Fade in
  • Slide in (horizontal)
  • Slide in (Vertical)

Panel display

  • Site global loaded 
  • WordPress block interface
  • Shortcode

On-load/on-click initiation

  • Display a panel on page’s load or open it on a visitor’s click of a link/button

No coding knowledge

  • There’s no need to be a developer or a web designer to create panels

Embed forms

  • You can insert any form that is compatible with WordPress editor

Unlimited styling/content

  • Set image backgrounds, add videos, maps, use any WordPress block

Set different locations

  • Left topped
  • Left centered
  • Left bottomed
  • Center topped
  • Center
  • Center bottomed
  • Right topped
  • Right centered
  • Right bottomed
  • Position inline
  • Head (InjectAny)
  • Top body (InjectAny)
  • Bottom body (InjectAny)

Create different styles

  • Style borders
  • Style togglers
  • Change sizes
  • Apply light-box
  • Unlimited colors
  • Mobile friendly

Conversion

  • Set goals (Clicks or form submissions)
  • Measure loads/views/goals

Particular pages conditions

  • Show a panel on a certain page(s) or post(s)
  • Show a panel on a specific post type(s), e.g. for products
  • Show a panel only for archive pages
  • Show a panel for particular categories
  • Show a panel for specific tag(s)
  • Exclude individually from showing on each post/page

Event & condition exists triggers

  • Show a panel if element is present
  • Appear after specified time (seconds)
  • Appear after specified element enters the viewport
  • Appear after specified element exits viewport
  • Show a panel for the first timers (only show for x page views)
  • Show a panel for the first timers (only show after x page views)
  • Show a panel based on logging status (for logged in/logged out users)
  • Show a panel based on user roles (Editor, Contributor, Customer, etc.)
  • Show a panel for devices – Mobile/Desktop
  • Show a panel based on referrer – Domain(s) or URL(s)
  • Restrict for certain Country and City
  • Create date/time campaigns