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Can this be used on a Buddypress site

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  • Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    Good question. In theory “yes” (Autoptimize grabs the HTML it has been created by WordPress and parses it to find CSS & JS), but this is to be confirmed by real-life tests.

    Would be great if you could try this out Valuser! If you do, I’d be willing to offer all support you might need 🙂

    Will do tomorrow and come back. Have also hypercache selectively active .

    Only HTML . CSS appears to completely mess up the theme a child of bp default theme. Java appears to conflict with a slider that I use. On non buddy sites on same network no adverse effects. Afraid I will have to , at the moment, bow out of testing . Might come back to it but it would probably be a few months down the road.

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    thanks for the feedback valuser. if you have time, it might be worth trying to exclude specific javascript (the slider) from being autoptimized while having everything else (JS) aggregated & minimized?

    Same thing here: my homepage slider doesn’t display when I activate the JS optimization (even though I tried to exclude a bunch of scripts)

    Could you tell me which scripts I should exclude for my website?

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    I’m working on my psychic powers, but until I graduate as a wizard I can’t tell you what to exclude without being able to look at your site 😉

    My bad, I thought my blog was indicated in my profile. Here is my url:
    http://www.detection-du-mensonge.com

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    And which scripts did you already try to exclude Othello?

    The following ones:

    jquery.vaccordion.js,
    vaccordion.js,
    jquery.nivo.slider.pack.js,
    nivo.slider.pack.js,
    jquery.kwicks-1.5.1.pack.js,
    kwicks-1.5.1.pack.js,
    slides.min.jquery.js,
    custom.js,
    jquery.contentcarousel.js,
    contentcarousel.js,
    jquery.mousewheel.js,
    mousewheel.js,
    jquery.prettyPhoto.js,
    prettyPhoto.js,
    jquery.tipsy.js,
    tipsy.js,
    jquery.tweet.js,
    tweet.js

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    that’s a lot of exclusions 😉

    before diving into the javascript; is the CSS aggregation ok? because I don’t really see a carousel, but the 4 items underneath one another and I don’t see any animation?

    I am not sure I understand what your are referring to, but all the CSS options are activated right now (and none the JS) and everything is displaying just fine on Firefox, Chrome and Safari 🙂

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    in that case you can safely ignore my question 😉

    best way forward would be to do a trial & error session, starting out with JS autoptimization active and as little excludes as possible. I was thinking:

    jquery.vaccordion.js,
    vaccordion.js,
    jquery.nivo.slider.pack.js,
    nivo.slider.pack.js,

    or maybe even only either vaccordion or nivo.slider, to begin with?

    Configure this and take a look at the page AND at the error console, which will probably complain about some javascript-problems. If you want I’m willing to have a look at your page at that point as well (but your site would be broken during that time).

    The goal is to, based on the error-messages (and your knowledge of what you’re using to have the slider displayed) identify just those javascript-requests that have to be excluded.

    Thanks so much, yes that would be great!
    So right now all CSS options are activated, as well as all JS options with the following scripts excluded: jquery.vaccordion.js, vaccordion.js

    As you can see, the accordion on the homepage is not displaying anymore :/

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    OK, can you;

    • disable “try catch”
    • add “jquery.min.js” to the list of exclusions

    I also see that there is javascript between your closing body and closing html-tags, is that the way the theme was built?

    Done! it doesn’t seem to work yet though

    “javascript between your closing body and closing html-tags”: sorry, I don’t know the answer to this (I have very limited coding knowledge)

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