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Visual Composer: Post grid element and output HTML WordPress


Hi all!

Site theme uses Visual composer as a base for building pages and posts. Site blog page uses some "Post grid" elements to display recent posts and some categories posts (5 instances in total). "Grid element template" for them is 2 custom grids based on "Basic grid: Default".

All this blocks are visible on the actual page but cut from page source code and not visible by SEs.

It's caused by this script:
that loads content of this blocks in its own manner.

I've tried 2 solutions and both didn't work for me:
1) adding this to the functions.php:
function remove_vc_vcgrid(){
wp_dequeue_script( 'vc_grid.min' );
wp_deregister_script( 'vc_grid.min' );
wp_dequeue_style( 'vc_grid.min' );
wp_deregister_style( 'vc_grid.min' );
add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'remove_vc_vcgrid', 9999 );

2) removing all script content - blocks aren't loaded at all after this.

Please recommend how to solve this issue.

PS: I can PM site URL if needed.

PS2: I've used header method by TomsRiverWebDesign from here to get all handles - here it is:


Answers (3)


Cesar Contreras answers:

try removing the script with the handle name "vc_grid" not "vc_grid.min"

Alex B. comments:

It didn't help.


EarnGate answers:

// Post Grid Element
function dequeue_post_grid_element_scripts() {

wp_dequeue_script( 'vc_grid' );
wp_deregister_script( 'vc_grid' );
wp_dequeue_style( 'vc_grid' );
wp_deregister_style( 'vc_grid' );
add_action( 'wp_footer', 'dequeue_post_grid_element_scripts' );


Kyle answers:

You shouldn't need the .min in there, but you may have to check the plugin for the unique "handle" name of the script to make sure it is right

Alex B. comments:

Kyle, I'm not a JS person or professional programmer. How to check unique "handle" name of the script? Thanks.

Kyle comments:

You have to look for the correlating function inside the plugin or theme. Somewhere it will have something similar to what you posted but it will look like...

function remove_vc_vcgrid(){
wp_enqueue_script ( 'vc_grid_handle', get_template_directory_uri() . '/js/vc_grid.min.js' );
add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'remove_vc_vcgrid', 9999 );

That first part in the parenthesis is what you'll want in your function

Alex B. comments:

Kyle, please see my PS2 in the question. Does it help in some way?