In our previous article, we went over how to asynchronously load AddThis which greatly improves your load time so long as you do it correctly and pay attention to the use of the script. In this article, we will be covering on how to do the same thing but with AddToAny another popular sharing tool that is wildly popular on WordPress.
While AddToAny is considerably lighter than AddThis it’s just as guilty when it comes to affecting your load time through the use of large scripts that pull in too many assets that are not needed for the initial load.
To begin recall from the previous article where we went over on how to move AddThis to the footer of the page in order to remove the render blocking aspect of the script. AddToAny is actually the same process move this line until its right before the closing </body> tag. You want it after everything else to avoid any and all possibility of the script being render blocking.