Good job on this plugin. Other than the
preg_match(which obligate a regex parse), the plugin is also lightweight and very fast.
Question: Does jQuery.noConflict() need to be in a separate js file? Cannot it be in an inline
<script>tag and save ourselves a network fetch … since what this plugin really wants to do is save on fetches?
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