RFE : Amend coding standards so that theme developers place dynamic styles in separate files
|Reported by:||pembo13||Owned by:|
Currently, theme authors are placing their dynamically generated CSS styles inline of the HTML output on every page. In a recent example I have seen from a purchased theme, what should have been a ~45KB page was being sent as a ~225KB page because of dynamically generated styles.
With minimal code, the styles can be moved to there own file (at least from the perspective of the client user agent) and HTTP features such as "etag", "last-modified", and "expires" can easily be made use of to make the browsing experience better.
My suspicion is that most of theme designers are not programmers, and so would not do such a thing on their own. A standardized example would help theme designers builder leaner pages.
- dynamic styles -- CSS rules created based on administrator input into theme specific settings pages
Change History (6)
comment:2 @SergeyBiryukov — 2 years ago
- Component changed from General to Themes
- Keywords needs-codex added
- Milestone changed from Awaiting Review to WordPress.org
- Type changed from feature request to enhancement
comment:4 in reply to: ↑ 3 @SergeyBiryukov — 2 years ago
- Keywords needs-codex removed
- Milestone changed from WordPress.org to Awaiting Review