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[resolved] minQueue Notifications (3 posts)

  1. qstudio
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Hey - I seriously love this plugin - it provides me with the power to order, minify and stick all my scripts and styles into single large files - allowing me to work on unminified versions locally.. and not need to compile minified versions to upload - ideal!

    It also does what W3TC a BWPMinify can never do - and that's minify all the scripts into a single file without causing dependency or order based issues.

    To be picky - there is one thing that bothers me - WPMU does it far too often ( an extreme example ) - they add notifications to all WP admin screens when it's not really required.

    Perhaps your notice about the helper function being active is not really "so" important that it should be stuck at the top of all pages - simple fix would be something like:

    class.minqueue-admin.php:320

    function display_admin_notices() {
    
    		$current_screen = get_current_screen();
    
    		if ( 'settings_page_minqueue' == $current_screen->id ) {
    
                        // show reminder about helper ##
                        if ( isset( $this->options['helper'] ) && $this->options['helper'] === true ) {
                            $this->admin_notices->add_notice( 'MinQueue helper is currently active', true );
                        }
    
                        // hide plugin activation notice ##
                        $this->admin_notices->delete_notice( 'minqueue_min_activation_notice' );
    		}
    
    	}

    Thanks for all your hard work - this is well written, well planned and nicely executed plugin!

    Ray

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/minqueue/

  2. Matthew Haines-Young
    Human Made
    Plugin Author

    Posted 5 months ago #

    Thanks! Glad to hear you like the plugin, and its great to hear some feedback.

    I will have a think about how to best to handle the helper tool. I find the helper tool really useful, but only during development and I wanted to make sure I didn't forget to deactivate it again. There was a suggestion of integrating it with the Debug bar

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/debug-bar/

  3. qstudio
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Hi Matthew,

    Thanks for your reply.

    There is nothing wrong with the helper - it's a neat feature - I just don't see the need for the admin notice - after all, this is an "admin" only feature, so forgetting to turn it off will only affect how I see the site - no-one else.

    Cheers!

    Ray

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