Editor Cleanup 4: How to clean up the WPBakery frontend editor

If you have problems with performance or conflicts with other plugins when you edit a page with the frontend editor of WPBakery, this blog post is for you.

The frontend editor of WPBakery (outer editor) loads the page that you want to edit inside an iframe (inner editor).

Sometimes one or more of the other plugins cause conflicts that prevent the editor from loading.

You can now use Editor Cleanup For WPBakery, a free add-on of FDP.

After the activation, you can deactivate all the plugins that give problems by doing so:

  • Go to WPBakery/Page Builder => Frontend Editor Cleanup
  • Click on “Outer editor cleanup” to disable plugins that the outer editor doesn’t need (usually no plugin needed)
  • Click on “Inner editor cleanup” to disable plugins that the inner editor doesn’t need (the inner editor is like the page on frontend, but loaded inside the WPBakery editor)
  • Click on “Editor actions cleanup” to disable the plugins that are called during the actions of the editor (usually no plugin needed, disabling plugins here can solve conflicts with other plugins)


This add-on will not only clean up the assets of other plugins, but their PHP code will not run either.

Your WPBakery frontend editor will be faster and without conflicts with other plugins.

Freesoul Deactivate Plugins and WPBakery must be installed and active, in another case the add-on will not run.

If you need to clean up the backend editor of WPBakery, you need only Freesoul Deactivate Plugins. You can do the cleanup by going to Freesoul Deactivate Plugins => Backend Singles => Pages => Edit Single Page.

Download Editor Cleanup For WPBakery to speed up the WPBakery editor, and don’t have anymore any conflict with other plugins.

You can install the plugin also from your WordPress backend.
Search “Editor Cleanup For WPBakery” on the page of plugins.