emartin24 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 4 15:40:24 UTC 2009
I did not find a solution that met all of my requirements, but it
works for me. I just put all of the scripts in a single file and load
it using one wp_enqueue_script call. The problem is that I lose all of
the extra features of wp_enqueue_script by doing it this way.
I might look into dequeueing the scripts, but I haven't looked to see
how that fits into the lifecycle yet. My ticket about it was closed,
but there is another similar one still open (from 3 years ago):
On Aug 28, 3:35 am, Simon Wheatley <si... at sweetinteraction.com> wrote:
> Hi Eric,
> Did you get any further with this? Any hints.
> On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 9:31 PM, Eric Martin<emarti... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > As far as I can tell, the script concatenation only works in the admin
> > section.
> > So, I'm just trying to figure out how to usewp_enqueue_scriptfor
> > multiple scripts, but then force WP to print out one script tag for a
> > certain set of them. Any suggestions?
> > Thanks!
> > On Aug 3, 8:14 am, Tynan Colin Beatty <junsui... at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> It does not happen on its own. I chose to include a modified
> >> load-scripts.php from wp-admin into my theme's files (modified to allow
> >> concatenation of scripts from my theme as well as those in wp-includes/js
> >> scripts), but haven't had time to determine an optimal method of also
> >> including plugin scripts (there are other variables to consider when trying
> >> to include them as well, since some of them need to load in header, whereas
> >> I choose to load my concatenated script into the footer). The solution
> >> speeds things up a fair amount even without including plugins in the
> >> concatenated script (and if your theme doesn't have any js, would be even
> >> easier to implement). I'm thinking a nice approach might be to have 1 call
> >> to the concated script in head to take care of whatever has to be loaded
> >> there, and then a 2nd call to the same load-scripts.php, concatenating all
> >> the files that can wait for the footer.
> >> On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 10:00 AM, Simon Wheatley
> >> <si... at sweetinteraction.com>wrote:
> >> > On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 2:11 PM, Otto<o... at ottodestruct.com> wrote:
> >> > > On Sat, Aug 1, 2009 at 10:46 AM, Eric Martin<e... at ericmmartin.com>
> >> > wrote:
> >> > >> I use jQuery on my site and a handful of jquery plugins. I've been
> >> > >> doing quite a bit of thinking about ways to concatenate the scripts
> >> > >> together in order to reduce the number of requests made, while
> >> > >> maintaining the usefulness and features provided bywp_enqueue_script.
> >> > > I'm pretty sure that 2.8 already has this built in. All scripts get
> >> > > concatenated into a single call to load-scripts.php, if everything
> >> > > supports it properly.
> >> > Does this happen outside the admin area? I haven't noticed it myself,
> >> > but maybe my scripts calls aren't configured correctly.
> >> > S
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