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[Resolved] [Plugin: T(-) Countdown] 9 CSS files loaded on all pages

  • (Using T(-) countdown version 2.2.1)

    When this plugin is used on a website, 9 CSS files are loaded on ALL pages, despite the plugin not being used on them.
    This means every visitor has to make 9 HTTP requests and download 25 KB of CSS (this is a guess based on the zipped files). Do this times a million pageviews a month and it really adds up.
    Wouldn’t it be possible for future versions of the plugin to only load the CSS when the plugin is active (i.e. do an enqueue_style if the shortcode or widget is displayed or something) and ONLY load the CSS that is actually being used and NOT the 8 other files?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/jquery-t-countdown-widget/

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