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  • Plugin Author Angelo Mandato

    (@amandato)

    The MedialElement.js player is part of WordPress, The other players in PowerPress are flash based so it should not be relevant to a js player. PowerPress just includes it the pages with the appropriate podcast meta data. PowerPress uses the WordPress’s “enqueueing” system so all the javascript should be minified by WordPress automatically.

    Can you be specific about the problem you are having and which player in PowerPress you are using?

    Sorry for the late reply, didn’t get an email notification. I simply noticed that Google PageSpeed keeps recommending minification

    Minifying http://…/player.js?… could save 1.2KiB (27% reduction) after compression.

    Plugin Author Angelo Mandato

    (@amandato)

    Thanks for the suggestion. I’ll see if I can get that done for the next update.

    player.js is actually PowerPress’s block of JavaScript for the play in new window, flash player embedding, and very basic HTML5 player functionality. It is not part of the Media Player JS.

    I thought by using the enqueue script functions that the minifying was happening by WordPress, but I see it’s not.

    Plugin Author Angelo Mandato

    (@amandato)

    I got the minified versions in PowerPress. Please email me if you would like to beta test before I release. cio [at] rawvoice dot com.

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