wp-emoji-release.min.js) on every page of your website. For a lot of businesses, this is not needed and simply adds load time to your site. So we recommend disabling this.
Disable emojis in WordPress
Follow the steps below to disable emojis.
Click into the Perfmatters plugin settings.
Under the “Options” tab and “General” sub-navigation menu, toggle on “Disable Emojis.”
Scroll down and click “Save Changes.”
If you really want Emojis, we recommend checking out this blazing fast implementation of EmojiOne using only SVGs. This works great alongside the perfmatters plugin with the default Emojis disabled.