[wp-hackers] Front End Performance in WordPress

John Biddle john at poolstudent.com
Tue Mar 24 03:52:18 GMT 2009


That's great,  I'm not looking to re-invent something that's already 
solved.  I was not aware of it, and I know that some developers at 
least, aren't doing this properly, because I have seen duplicate scripts 
loaded before in WP.  Clearly this is the fault of the developer, 
though.  If the is a framework put forth for implementing front end 
performance improvements, it should include a section on how to use the 
existing script queuing functions to avoid duplicate scripts.

John Biddle

Otto wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 3:27 PM, John Biddle <john at poolstudent.com> wrote:
>> *#12)  Remove Duplicate Scripts: * This is partially solved by implementing
>> #3, and can be enhanced further through the use of script management.  See
>> Souder's book, High Performance Web Sites, page 87.
> If the plugin is correctly using the script queuing functions, this is
> largely a solved problem, as dupe scripts won't get sent twice.
> -Otto
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