What’s that style guide?
So just now Autoptimize passed the 300000 downloads mark (6 months after reaching 200k), which feels huge to me. To celebrate I just pushed out version 1.9.3, which features -as becomes a minor release- small improvements and bugfixes. From the changelog;
- improvement: more intelligent CDN-replacement logic, thanks Squazz for reporting and testing
- improvement: allow strings (comments) to be excluded from HTML-optimization when comment removal is active (via API)
- improvement: changed priority with which AO gets triggered by WordPress, solving JS not being aggregated when NextGen Galleries is active, with great help from msebald
- improvement: extra JS exclude-strings: gist.github.com, text/html, text/template, wp-slimstat.min.js, _stq, nonce, post_id (the latter two were removed from the default “manual” exclude list on the settings-page and can be removed there if you want)
- new in API: autoptimize_filter_html_exclude, autoptimize_filter_css_defer, autoptimize_filter_css_inline, autoptimize_filter_base_replace_cdn, autoptimize_filter_js_noptimize, autoptimize_filter_css_noptimize, autoptimize_filter_html_noptimize
- bugfix: remove some PHP notices, as reported by dimitrov.adrian
- bugfix: make sure HTML-optimalization does not gobble a space before a cite as proposed by ecdltf
- bugfix: cleaning the cache did not work on non-default directories as encountered by NoahJ Champion
- upgraded to yui compressor php port 2.4.8-4
- added arabic translation, thanks to the ekleel team
- tested with WordPress 4.2 beta 3 (yep, it works)
So there you have your present, no go unwrap it! Have fun! :-)
I still have some old Gilles Petersons “WorldWide” and Laurent Garniers “It is what it is” shows on my computer and once in a while I still “discover” gems in them. Just now, while on the train, I was listening to “It is what it is” Saison Quatre, emmission 2 and heard “El Recorrido” from Acid Mondays. The tracks starts out with just a (very) fat groove, but gets really interesting as from 2:37.
Ain’t it funky now?
The studio version of Sylvan Esso‘s “Coffee” had been in my YouTube favorites playlist for a couple of months already, but it’s the first song in this NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert and it’s just as great! Warning: slightly quirky dancing ahead. :-)
When dynamic web page content is rendered by a server, rendering code only has to be able to run on that one server. When it’s rendered on a client, the code now has to work with every client that could possibly visit the website. […] If framework developers could put in the effort (which, admittedly, seems large) to get apps running in Node just as they run in the browser, initial page rendering could be handled by the server, with all subsequent activity handled by the browser. […] If this effort could be made at the outset by a framework maintainer, then every developer using that framework could immediately transform an app that only worked on the latest web browsers into a progressively enhanced experience compatible with virtually any web client—past, present, or future. […]
I just released WP YouTube Lyte 1.6, featuring the following changes:
- allow WP YouTube Lyte to use YouTube API v3, which requires authentication (while keeping API v2 with anonymous access in place)
- updated player UI by Draikin, great job!
- support for non-default plugins dirs
- Added Slovenian translation by [Mitja Mihelič or arnes.si](http://arnes.si) and updated Dutch & French translations
Proof the new player UI looks great;
If you’re struggling to get a Google API key; there’s extensive information in the FAQ on the why, what & how. WP YouTube Lyte will automatically fall back to the old anonymous API v2 if you don’t provide a key. As API v2 will continue to work for a couple of more weeks, all will be fine. I am, in the mean time, working on a separate plugin that will automatically provide an API key for WP YouTube Lyte to use (and which in the future might offer other extra’s). You can contact me if you would be interested in test-driving that service-plugin.