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  • Resolved saintagnes

    (@saintagnes)


    On my statistics page, the results show a page called:
    /wp-includes/js/tw-sack.js?ver=1.6.1

    Can some tell me what this is?
    It always appears at the top of my stats list because it gets the most “hits” but something tells me it shouldn’t be there…

    thanks!

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  • Moderator Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42)

    tw-sack.js is the Simple AJAX Code Kit and it’s used as part of the autosave functionality on the Write Post section of the admin pages.

    wp-includes is the directory that contains most of WordPress’ main functionality. It’s where all the major WordPress code lives.

    saintagnes

    (@saintagnes)

    Should it be appearing on my “stats” list? It’s always at the top of the list with the most “hits” but it’s not a page that viewers see, is it?

    Moderator Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42)

    Well, I don’t know what “stats” list you’re talking about, so I cannot say whether it should appear there or not. This “stats” list is not part of WordPress.

    But yes, the tw-sack.js is part of WordPress.

    saintagnes

    (@saintagnes)

    okay, thanks!

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