AJAX Page Loader will load posts, pages, etc. without reloading entire page.
Clearly a very powerful and well developed plugin! Originally downloaded it out of curiosity and I was shocked that I had never heard of it before. Great work to all involved!
I was trying to find WordPress-Themes that load posts via AJAX and then stumpled upon this diamond here:
1.) Works out of the box with the default theme
2.) Does the job in a beautiful way
3.) Changes the URL perfectly with each AJAX-call (!)
4.) Keeps the site optimized for SEO as posts can be loaded in the server-rendered way too
5.) Keeps each post accessable like before
6.) Works even with special pages, search results etc.
You Sir, will get a massive donation from me.
I have using woocommerce plugin for my store, when i click on link to remove 1 item, its working at all, but reload page will display:
There was a problem and the page didnt load.
How to fix this problem?
UI is unbelievably ugly and even though I didn't put too much effort into configuring it doesn't seem to be pusing history states etc properly..
Good to use makes my life a bit easier.
Get AJAX loading on your website up and running in no time and just a little bit of coding.
This is a great plugin. It's descriptive and addresses some of the major issues caused by AJAX for those unaware. Most times with ajax the url doesn't change and the fact that it automatically changes the url is KEY to its success as a WordPress plugin. They do a good job of letting you know what to do to resolve issues.
I started a music blog and needed an effective solution to allow the audio player to play uninterrupted across pages. This did it. I found it much easier and custom to implement than Jetpack's infinite scroll.
It does take a little bit of stumbling around to utilize it effectively in a custom theme, but once I got it rolling it saved me a lot of time.
It would be nice to have a cleaner field to add the reload scripts, as well as style the page loading info, but I haven't purchased it yet so I shouldn't expect a damn thing. I also think the code comments albeit funny maybe a little unprofessional. I think it also heavily clutters up the header portion of my site.
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