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[Plugin: Share Buttons by Lockerz / AddToAny] Load Google Analytics asynchronously (5 posts)

  1. OC2PS
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Google pagespeed says about my website

    The following resources are loaded synchronously. Load them asynchronously to reduce blocking of page rendering.
    http://a2a.lockerz.com/menu/sm8.html#type=page&event=load&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mydomain.com%2F%23axzz1swrbgHBt&referrer= loads http://www.google-analytics.com/ga.js synchronously.

    Can AddToAny do the loading of google analytics code asynchronously?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/add-to-any/

  2. @OC2PS Could you please stop bumping your posts? That's not permitted here.

    If you've something to add, then that may be valuable. If you just want a status check, those are bumps and they get deleted.

  3. OC2PS
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Okay, I won't.

    But it's odd that bumping once in 8 months is considered undesirable behavior.

    Also, the policy states that bumps are deleted to get the posts back into No Replies view. So how about bumping posts that already have 1 or more responses?

  4. The policy really can be summed up as "Don't bump." ;)

    As I've said, if you've something to add then do so. If your just bumping then don't do that. That's all.

  5. OC2PS
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I won't bump.

    But I think you are taking a hard line against bumps, which doesn't seem warranted under the "forum rules" as on the link you provided:

    No Bumping
    Do not bump posts. Bumping a post to "the top" does not help your topic get noticed. The volunteers who try to answer questions look for those without replies first. If you bump a post, then it disappears from the "No Replies" view. DO NOT BUMP.

    Moderators will delete bumps they find. This is in order to help you get back into the No Replies listing, where you are more likely to get an answer.

    The language in the above quote is a far cry from the way you are implementing the "no bumps" policy. One of the two should change.

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