Makes WordPress a lot faster using PJAX (PushState + AJAX) for loading content.
The plugin is under development. Please try it and contact me if you encounter any bugs or have any questions or suggestions. If you want to help me develop this further send a pull request on GitHub. The plugin is not ready for production yet, but I will soon release version 0.1 that will be production ready.
Makes your site faster and saves you a lot of bandwidth and CPU power by making your WordPress site PJAX powered!
PJAX is a technique that uses AJAX and PushState to deliver a faster browsing experience by only loading and updating parts of the page HTML each page load. PushState makes it possible to add real permalinks, page titles, and a working back button so that your visitors won't be able to tell the difference between PJAX page load and ordinary full page loads, except for the increased speed of course :).
It makes your site significantly faster in most cases and saves you both processing power and bandwidth!
PJAX is not supported in Internet Explorer 9 and earlier(IE 10+ supports this), but the plugin handles this gracefully by falling back on regular page loads for unsupported browsers. Details on browser support
All development of this plugin occurs on GitHub. Please help me develop this by forking and sending pull requests.
$.pjax.disable()does not seam to work as it should. Maybe I need to set a cookie with AJAX to set this for the current user and then handle it on the server side.