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  • Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @webagenturerding this will likely come up as an extension to the Pro version. It’s been requested plenty of times. This will require plenty of testing and will require JavaScript to properly handle the loading/unloading of the assets. Just to make sure we are on the same page: would you like to have the CSS/JS load for desktop but not load for mobile? (let’s say anything below 768px which is very common width nowadays).

    Thread Starter christoph-ED

    (@webagenturerding)

    hi ok that sounds cool.
    jep that what i mean … i give u a example.

    i use a plugin that loads background images.
    but on mobile device i dont need it.
    and i dont want to use the css display:none or hide selectors.

    so what when u guess the pro addon is finish?
    i think this is the big different to plugin organizer?
    and the user interface is much better on ur plugin.

    kuro

    (@marouane91)

    Was this feature added ? Because if it is, i would be very much buy the pro version !

    I am asking the same 🙂

    thedesigninstinct

    (@thedesigninstinct)

    It’s currently not added as of today. I know the author is definitely tinkering with the idea of adding it as a feature.

    Plugin Author Gabe Livan

    (@gabelivan)

    @thedesigninstinct this would be the next addition to the Pro version and since it’s in early stages (decided to release it as it, due to the high demand), it will have some limitations, but it will allow the loading of a CSS/JS file based on the media query (e.g. screen and (min-width: 768px) for non-mobile view) which will prevent the browser from downloading the file if it’s not needed.

    Note that this is not as easy as it sounds as there are dependencies between files and the visitor should not experience any loss in the functionality or a breaking layout. The feature is almost ready. The last thing before the first release is the documentation and explaining how it can be used to avoid the admin from making any mistakes.

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