[wp-hackers] Plugin conflicts with latest version of Jetpack
mike at newclarity.net
Wed Jan 2 07:06:07 UTC 2013
On Jan 2, 2013, at 12:03 AM, Otto <otto at ottodestruct.com> wrote:
> For CSS, I'd just include it all the time. Shouldn't make any speed
> difference, the browser loads it once, then it's browser-side cached.
If I'm not mistaken the browser still requests the file and the server returns a 304 telling the browser to use the cached version, at least that's what HTTPScoop tells me. Having to check and getting a 304 response isn't the same as never having to issue an HTTP GET request and wait, especially if a site has many CSS and/or JS files to check from many different plugins.
On Jan 1, 2013, at 7:44 PM, Ian Dunn <ian at iandunn.name> wrote:
I've been meaning to tackle this same problem for a while and have been planning to use a technique that I described as an answer to your WordPress Answers question. Your question gave me the motivation to tackle it today:
Basically the approach I implemented checks for shortcode use on the first page load and then saves the status to a post meta key which it uses to check from them on. Hope this helps and I'd be interested to know your thoughts on this approach.
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