Support » Plugin: Shortcodes Finder » public js/css “public”

  • Resolved maven1129

    (@maven1129)


    Not sure if just an oversight as you developed the plugin, but we are real sticklers about plugins including js/CSS files when they are not used in the front end.

    I was doing an audit on your plugin here on our site and found the “shortcodes-finder-public” js and css being loaded when your plugin was active, so I have to deactivate your plugin anytime we aren’t using it for a specific task.

    That said, I wanted to bring it to your attention to see if you truly needed any public /non-admin js and CSS files being loaded, as I don’t think you intend to, and it should probably be stripped from your code. Or, is there a reason you are loading them?

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  • Plugin Author Scribit

    (@scribit)

    Hi @maven1129 and thanks for your topic.
    Probably it is an oversight. I will check it shortly and, if so, surely I will remove them from frontend, so you can take the plugin always active.

    Thread Starter maven1129

    (@maven1129)

    appreciate that. Let us know. Eagerly waiting 🙂

    Plugin Author Scribit

    (@scribit)

    Hi @maven1129 , few seconds ago I released the version 1.4.0!

    Thanks to your suggestion no useless calls should be done now by frontend.
    In addition in this version you will find some new useful funcion like documentation page, information about shortcode sources and so on.

    Thanks again for your suggestion. Give us a review if you want (a lot of stars please! :P)

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