Well, Minit for WordPress is hooked into the
plugins_loaded action hook (you can see that checking the file
And the thing is you are requiring the file
minit.php in your
functions.php, which is a file loaded after the hook
plugins_loaded is called. This means that Minit is not being initialized the proper way.
So, basically, you have two choices:
Put minit-master directory inside your plugins directory so you can load
minit.php like it should be loaded, as a WordPress plugin.
Or you could keep the way you want by changing the source code of
minit.php to be loaded within
Plugin Name: Minit
Plugin URI: https://github.com/kasparsd/minit
GitHub URI: https://github.com/kasparsd/minit
Description: Combine JS and CSS files and serve them from the uploads folder.
Author: Kaspars Dambis
Author URI: https://kaspars.net
// Until we add proper autoloading.
include dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/src/minit-assets.php';
include dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/src/minit-asset-cache.php';
include dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/src/minit-js.php';
include dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/src/minit-css.php';
include dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/src/minit-plugin.php';
include dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/src/admin.php';
include dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/src/helpers.php';
// Here we changed from `plugins_loaded` to `after_setup_theme`.
add_action( 'after_setup_theme', array( 'Minit_Plugin', 'instance' ) );