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[Resolved] Remove query strings from static resources

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  • Plugin Author Frank Goossens
    Participant

    @futtta

    If the static resources are JS/CSS and if they’re on our own domain, then yes Autoptimize solves that problem.

    Piani
    Participant

    @webbmasterpianise

    Strange, i get these warnings for static resources. Its a restricted site so maby Autoptimize can not reach login protected items and user avatars?

    h_ttp://mydomain.se/?document-gallery-css=1&ver=2.0.3:1
    h_ttp://mydomain.se/wp-content/plugins/user-avatar/user-avatar-pic.php?src=http://mydomain.se/wp-content/uploads/avatars/2/1373972810-bpfull.jpg&w=14&id=2&random=1394561239
    h_ttp://mydomain.se/wp-content/plugins/user-avatar/user-avatar-pic.php?src=http://mydomain.se/wp-content/uploads/avatars/5/1377726200-bpfull.jpg&w=14&id=5&random=1394561241

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    Plugin Author Frank Goossens
    Participant

    @futtta

    Gravatars are images, so Autoptimize doesn’t treat those.

    The document-gallery-css is not a static resource (.css), so Autoptimize does not touch that one (as it assumes it can change and hence should not be cached).

    Piani
    Participant

    @webbmasterpianise

    Thanks aloth futtta that you took your time to explain this.

    The autoptimize is great and make make my sites superfast so Im in deep with speed tweaking 😉

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