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  • Combining and Compressing Shadows CSS files

    Has anyone pulled together the +36 css files from Shadows into one, compressed css file? If so, was there any real world benefits (before i go and bore myself with doing it).

  • Bruce - PhosphorMedia
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    ok, I think I found it, its actually site-styles.css in the CSS Resources group. Probably should ad that note to instructions.

    BTW: FYI: JIC: implementing this saved .8 seconds and also changed google page speed test go from 23 to 86...(if you're into those). Also, I using https://gtmetrix.com as my page speed testor.
    Last edited by Bruce - PhosphorMedia; 02-26-19, 12:32 PM.

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  • Bruce - PhosphorMedia
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    Ok...it appears that core-styles.css starts the cascade, but where is that file loaded from in Shadows? (i.e., how does one turn off the @import cascade)

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  • Bruce - PhosphorMedia
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    cool!

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  • Matt Zimmermann
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    Hi Bruce,

    Shadows does ship with this capability: https://www.miva.com/forums/forum/de...ey-be-combined

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