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PostPosted: Wed Nov 08, 2006 11:50 pm    Post subject: Integrating Lazy-K's CSS with main Wordpress CSS Reply with quote

Hi again Korey

I'm wondering, is it possible to integrate the contents of Lazy-K-gallery.css into Wordpress's style.css?
I thought that might be a good idea, to save the browser calling Lazy-K-gallery.css as well.

But I'm not sure whether this is a) possible b) very desirable.

What do you think?

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2006 12:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ian, using the wp_head hook like I described in the other thread is the "standard" way for a plugin to put its style information in place. Every theme can have its own CSS, so attempting to automatically merge the gallery styles into the existing CSS wouldn't be easy. Plus, the total number of bytes downloaded wouldn't decrease, since you're just moving the data from one file to another.

Now, you're certainly free to move those styles into the main CSS for your installation, but I really don't think you'll see any performance improvement, especially when you take caching into account.

Thanks for the comment!
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