The Performance Settings are located under Appearance -> Theme Settings in your Yovale dashboard area.
RSS feed links are added to each post/page of your website. Even if you use RSS feeds on your website, you can still remove the feed links from the head area.
wlwmanifest stands for Windows Live Writer Manifest. If this is new to you, you may not be using Windows Live Writer (another blog editing client) and can safely remove it from your head section.
This option saves you 1 php request and leaves it to the end-users browser how to display smilies & emojis. This also cleans the head of your website by removing the emoji inline styles that get added by Yovale
With Embeds, Yovale turns your links to youtube videos, tweets, images, etc into previews. If you’re using embeds, you probably know about that, if not you may want to disable embeds.
Modern apps/plugins usually don’t require jQuery migrate, so this adds unnecessary load to your website.
As the name suggests, this will remove all store related styles & scripts from non-shop pages.
Do not use/change this function if you are using the drag and drop builder for creating shop pages.