• Hi
    Thank you for developing a great plugin.

    The score doesn’t become 100 with PageSpeedInsight.
    Can I change the js file to be locally cached in the plugin?
    There is a possibility that it is a violation of some Google regulations, but the judgment should be done by the user.
    Please add features by all means.

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  • Ah yes, the infamous “Leverage browser caching” message caused by analytics.js.

    The solution is indeed to self-host it and set up some sort of mechanism to auto-update it. But instead of every person doing this individually, this plugin would be the perfect platform to offer a checkbox for a self-hosted version, and then the plugin authors would be the only people who need to keep it up to date.

    Hope the devs of this plugin can provide such a feature.

    Haruka_Suzuki

    (@haruka_suzuki)

    Hi
    >Hope the devs of this plugin can provide such a feature.
    I think so, too.

    https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/?hl=ja&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.harukas.org%2Fblog%2F

    When this plug-in crawls the cache and the latest version, I get 100 points.
    I would like you to consider it.

    Thank you

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