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Item is updated – a bug with CSSTidy is fixed which had to do with the new CSS3 background gradients.
The JS minifier cancompress your JS filesandcan reduce the file size by half, not considering the time you save from HTTP requests.
Can I compress CSS or JS that is put directly in the page, not in external file?Yes, you can. And it will also be cacheable.
Great! But what about php processing time?QuickOptimizer caches the compressed files. This means that it processes your JS and CSS files only the first time they are requested, the next time a cached file is needed it doesn’t have to compress it all over again, it just gives it to the user. The cache is automatically updated when you make changes to your files. There is no need for you to manually clear the cache or to wait for it to expire.
OK, but what if something goes wrong? Does it have a failsafe?Of course! The QuickOptimizer class uses PHP Exceptions and that means that if something goes wrong parsing your CSS /JS code you can fallback to your regular, non-modified, files.
- Easy to use.
- Saves you bandwidth
- Merges JS and CSS files together
- Your pages load faster with fewer HTTP requests
- CSS and JS compressor with up to 50% compression rate
- Fixes some CSS errors
- Caches the compressed files
- Compress CSS and JS on page
Note: this item uses CSSTidy and JSMin so it is all tested.
5 October 10
25 February 13
IE6, IE7, IE8, Safari, Opera
PHP 5.x, PHP 5.0 - 5.2, PHP 5.3