Pages that have been processed or are currently in the queue are listed as single jobs in the Optimization Jobs table. Single jobs can be managed from their context menus in the Actions column.
Jobs are either added to the queue manually (via the +Add button) or automatically at the Queue Speed RapidLoad is set to use.
By default, RapidLoad uses a LIFO (Last In First Out) queue; this means that the job that was added most recently queued is the first job to be processed.
If you need to move an individual job to the front of the queue, you can click the refresh button for that job. Once processed, RapidLoad will resume processing the previous queue.
GPSI (Google PageSpeed Insights) Status
Checking page speed ratings every time a change is made can be time consuming and tedious. To make things easier, RapidLoad includes an action that quickly checks if page speed tools are picking up the latest optimized page.
If the GPSI test returns a Pending status, your changes are not yet being picked up by either tool. Try waiting a few minutes and trying again.
If you are receiving a persistent Pending status, you may need to flush your cache(s). See the Cache Management article for more information.
Clear Page Cache
RapidLoad supports a number of third-party caching plugins, offering users a convenient way to clear individual page caches from within the RapidLoad plugin. If your plugin is supported, the Clear Page Cache option will be available in the Job Actions menu.
See the Managing Caches article for more information about caching and a list of supported caching plugins.
Detach from Rule
If rule-based injection has beeen enabled, the Detach from Rule option will be available in the job context menu for jobs that were added as part of a rule.
Detaching a job from a rule will convert it to an individual job. If you would like to remove or exclude a job, you can remove it via the same context menu and/or exclude it in the "Advanced Options" section of the RapidLoad plugin.
Regenerate Critical CSS
The Regenerate Critical CSS option will be added to the context menu if the Critical CSS feature is enabled in the plugin "Advanced Settings". Critical CSS is regenerated automatically whenever a RapidLoad job runs or a cache is cleared, but this option allows you to regenerate it for an individual page as needed.
Select Remove to remove all RapidLoad files and data for that page and your site will resume serving Autoptimize generated files.
NOTE: Unless the Disable Auto Queue setting has been enabled, the page will be automatically requeued for optimization when a visit is registered.