I think, plugin and theme developers use CDN (or other external soruce) for a reason.
jQuery and jQuery migrate will be also ignored.
Convert relatvie url('../..') src-s to absolute in css files.
The plugin has two methods:
- First method work with the enqueued list from WordPress, it can be also done, to process the source code after output buffering, but sometimes plugin and theme developers use a conditional to enqueue resources only on some pages. In this case, the plugin will be run every time on the different page, and that would be more time, what we otherwise gain,
- Second method process the HTML source after WordPress render them and before sent to browser. It will create a separate Css/JS file for each page, make sure, all "in the footer" enqueued scripts are correctly processed. This method uses DomDocument and Output Buffering.
exopite-combiner-minifier-skip-wp_scripts filter. (You could use as
array( 'jquery', ... ))