[wp-hackers] Front End Performance in WordPress
otto at ottodestruct.com
Thu Apr 2 09:18:54 GMT 2009
can't be moved to the footer. In such a case, the enqueue could happen
in the comments.php file, meaning that you could easily only enqueue
it when there was an actual need to do so.
2.8 yet, so I don't know how to do it, exactly.
On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 2:38 AM, Milan Dinić <liste at srpski.biz> wrote:
> On wpdevel I suggested (
> specific tip for fastening front end pages but didn't get any reply.
> are your thoughts about this? Should I open ticket about this on trac?
> 2009/3/24 Charles K. Clarkson <cclarkson at htcomp.net>
>> John Biddle wrote:
>> > ... once a standard framework has been published and blessed by
>> > WordPress.
>> Why does this framework have to be blessed by WordPress?
>> The only real endorsement you need is from plugin authors. If it really
>> is a good idea (and it sounds like one) then there is no reason to wait
>> for some endorsement from on high.
>> The WordPress Codex is a wiki. Anyone can add documentation. Sure,
>> others can also take it down, but we rarely remove good stuff and you
>> can watch your page to see what changes are made.
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