Support » Plugin: Riloadr for WordPress » [Plugin: Riloadr for WordPress] Problems and suggestions

  • Plugin Author OleVik


    To anyone having problems installing the plugin or initializing the plugin; please make a post tagged riloadr-for-wordpress in this forum, and I’ll do my best to help you get it working. As said in the changelog, version 1.1.0 is a public beta, and there still are errors that need ironing out.

    Would also appreciate any suggestions that would ease the installation process, for example whether or not the plugin should force the prequisite CSS onto the theme, or if implementing it should be in the hands of users.

    I try keeping the code between GitHub and the WordPress SVN equal, but both git and svn seem to disagree with my workflow, so code can at times be scrambled by me pushing the wrong button.

    Hope you like the plugin!

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  • Hi OleVik,

    I’m the author of Riloadr. Keep up the good work with the wordpress plugin!

    To keep Riloadr in sync with your WordPress SVN, you may find this solution helpful:



    You can optionally use a notifier app such as this one for MAC OS X:

    Plugin Author OleVik


    Hey Tubal,

    Thanks for the response! Been having some trouble integrating git and svn, will check that answer out.

    Best regards, Ole Vik


    I hope i don’t have a stupid question here, but does riloadr work if I am planning to use a CDN like cloudflare?

    I am a bit confused because I read that won’t work with CDNs and now I am paranoid that this wouldn’t work either.


    Hi dkartuzinski,

    Yes, Riloadr works with CDNs, no problem!

    Adaptive Images by Matt Wilcox is not compatible with CDNs because it requires a server capable of executing PHP (and a bunch of other dependencies) and CDNs are meant to deliver static resources only.

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