I would like to block Episerver to adding those script on every page:
I would like them to load them manually at the end of page, plus compress them.
No, you cannot remove the scripts without also removing the inline bootstraping (i.e. you can disable tracking completely). However, the scripts are always included just above </body> and are delivered compressed if your browser accepts gzip/deflate. Is it really the find scripts that triggers the Google Speed warning?/Henrik
Thanks for answer Henrik. Yes that a bit odd that it`s reporting them, but see here: http://screencast.com/t/dizNWTJei
If you look at the returned html, where are the scripts included?
Yes, You are right, they are at the bottom, I guess it`s just Google Speed thing. Thanks!
It's 2018, why isn't the async/defer attribute enabled on these script tags by default?
It's 2020 and I'm asking the same question - why isn't async/defer added by default?