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  • #934945
    sg

    Hi, on the topic of optimizations, I’m trying to understand about this particular file.
    is this created on the fly after selecting all plugins values?

    #934950
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    No, this file is a combination of these three core CSS files:

    unsemantic-grid-lite.min.css
    style.min.css
    mobile.min.css

    Let me know if you need more info πŸ™‚

    #935178
    sg

    Great that explain why the class keep repeating at my custom optimizations ,
    i was wondering if its safe to dequeue these files and manually combine them and update them in one single file for each major updates.

    wp_dequeue_style(‘generate-sticky’); //
    wp_dequeue_style(‘generate-blog’); //plugins/gp-premium/blog/functions/css/style-min.css
    wp_dequeue_style(‘generate-menu-logo’); ///plugins/gp-premium/menu-plus/functions/css/menu-logo.min.css
    wp_dequeue_style(‘generate-navigation-branding’); //plugins/gp-premium/menu-plus/functions/css/navigation-branding.min.css

    i could shed 3 more request πŸ™‚

    sorry, I am just a sucker for page optimizations πŸ™

    #935191
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    You can do that if you don’t mind updating your custom file every time we make a change to one of those files πŸ™‚

    #935210
    sg

    OK can i add all.min.css to the dequeue list ?

    I am testing that now.
    one major issue, it seems when i dequeue the all.min.css the inline customs are missing.
    when I add it back its there.

    is there any relation between these 2 ?

    #935215
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    If you have the Combine CSS option turned on (Customize > General), then yes, you’ll want to dequeue that one.

    All of the inline CSS is attached to the handle that style.min.css or all.min.css use: generate-style

    If you re-add a stylesheet, you need to use that handle in the wp_enqueue_style() function.

    #935222
    sg

    could you explain more in detail on this please. many thanks

    ” All of the inline CSS is attached to the handle that style.min.css or all.min.css use: generate-style “

    #936014
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    The inline CSS using wp_add_inline_style(), which attaches itself to an existing CSS file. That file has this “handle” (ID): generate-style

    If you remove that handle, the inline CSS doesn’t know where to go.

    If you remove generate-style, you must re-add it in some way.

    #1146402
    Chris

    Sorry to chime in here but I’m running into the same thing. I’m a seasoned developer but completely new to WordPress….and I also noticed the duplicate class selectors/files between style.css/all.min.css and was curious if I turn off the “Combine CSS” feature, will it remove the duplicates while also still provide ability to re-use the unsemantic grid? Unminified css would still be preferrable to duplicated.

    Thanks!

    #1147360
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Turning the option off won’t remove any duplicates, it will just load those 3 stylesheets instead of combining them into one.

    The duplicates you’re seeing are just those 3 files combined into one file.

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