Hi guys i have google and searched and tested codes i finded here but nothing works, i have wordpress site and i want to make some css and js dont load in the first page because some plugins puts the css and js in the first page but i dont need it here...

For example: <link rel='stylesheet' id='cleaning-services-shop-css' href='/wp-content/themes/stadperfekt/css/shop.css' type='text/css' media='all' />

i dont need it in first page so i want it not to load only in first page...

If somebody knows it will be really helpful. Thanks

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If you're not wanting something to load on the front page, wrap it in a !is_front_page() check. !is_front_page() will check if the current page is your site's base URL (regardless of whether you have it set to a static page or the posts page in your settings).


if ( !is_front_page() ) : ?>
     <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css"/>
endif; ?>

Please remember not to directly edit plugin/theme files, they will get overwritten whenever they get updated and all your work will be gone. For themes, create a child theme instead, and for plugins you'll need to check their documentation to see if they have a hook/filter to remove their css/js links.

Source: WordPress Docs

  • Hi. thanks for trying to help me, but i think the code you wrote will show that css in front page, that style.css already showing on all pages, but i want to by code make it not load on first page..? If you understand me :/ Nov 22, 2023 at 15:38
  • No, that code will hide it on the front page and should work fine. The ! means not. I might try using a wp_enqueue though instead.
    – rudtek
    Nov 22, 2023 at 16:25
  • the problem is the css already runig true i dont know wich file in wordpress, where should i put the code then? if i put it on header nothing happens, i want to hide the css already runig thrue some file.. is it possible? Nov 22, 2023 at 16:38
  • if you look in functions: code: wp_enqueue_script('bootstrap', CLEANING_SERVICES_JS_URL . '/vendor/bootstrap.min.js', array('jquery'), '', true); how to disable it on only front page. or style: wp_enqueue_style('bootstrap', CLEANING_SERVICES_CSS_URL . '/vendor/bootstrap.min.css', '', null); Nov 22, 2023 at 16:41
  • @MilanAndjelkovic Yes you wrap the code you want to hide on the front page with the !is_front_page() if statement. If you've already found the wp_enqueue_script() function that enqueues the file, you can wrap that statement with !is_front_page() instead.
    – YourManDan
    Nov 22, 2023 at 19:21

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