[wp-hackers] wouldn't internal links be more efficient?
wordpress at dd32.id.au
Sun Feb 1 23:17:03 GMT 2009
The other reason is that plain 'bla' links generally wont work due to
permalinks, using '/blah' would always work, but it doesnt save much
transfer time at all.. esp. once compression kicks in.
You can filter the site_url() function which'll allow you to set
relative links for most of the front end and admin if you please (just
do a str_replace('http://mysite.com/','',$url);)
2009/2/2 scribu <scribu at gmail.com>:
> One reason might be the fact that you can have encrypted pages that begin
> with https://
> On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 1:02 AM, <jidanni at jidanni.org> wrote:
>> Gentlemen, I notice large parts, but not all, of WordPress produced
>> HTML has absolute URLs href="http://..." when internal links
>> href="/bla" or even href="bla" would be more efficient.
>> It seems that there is nothing the user can do about this from the
>> admin panels.
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