Remove Google Fonts and Can't Save Settings

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    Daman Mehta
    Daman Mehta


    Due to the NDA signed for a client. I can’t share my original site.
    But i have these issues, even on a new fresh installs.

    1). I can’t save any settings.
    If you go to: Autocomplete & Suggestions < Autocomplete
    Turn the options to Off and Save.
    You will see they don’t turn off at all.

    2). Somewhere plugin hooks google fonts in header.
    <link href=’//|Lato:400|Lato:700′ rel=’stylesheet’ type=’text/css’>
    <link href=’//|Open+Sans:400|Open+Sans:700′ rel=’stylesheet’ type=’text/css’>

    Is there any way i can remove these? They aren’t loaded in the right way and puts a load on server. You can see this in google page speeds.

    Or if atleast you can tell me, which PHP files hooks these to header. I can remove them from core files of plugin by my self.


    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko


    1. POST method limit problem

    Interestingly, the values are saved to a certain point. Until the Frontend search settings -> Date filters, all values are saved, that means that the variables beyond that point are unset or never sent.
    I was suspecting that the post data might be trimmed by a misconfiguration in the php.ini file, but there was no FTP data included in your ticket, so I had to install the PHP Settings plugin to check my theory.

    I was correct, the


    php configuration variable is set to 180, which is extremely low:

    This means that it’s not possible to send more that 180 variables over a post request. I highly suggest changing this option to 3000 or even 5000, as many plugins tend to send a decent amount of variables when saving options.

    I have left the PHP settings plugin active so you can check this otpion again after changing the php.ini file, I hope you don’t mind.

    2. Google fonts removal

    The easiest way is to just put this code to the functions.php file in your active theme directory:

    add_filter('asp_custom_fonts', 'asp_null_css');
    function asp_null_css($css_arr) {
        return array();

    I hope this helps!

    Ernest Marcinko

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