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08/25/2016 08:56:48 AM (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #37817, comment 5

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    1111I think what is happening is that even though the file wp-emoji-release.min.js is being asked to be inserted after DOM content is loaded is that it is being discovered by the browser and hence rendering blocked.
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    13 Also, Pagespeed insights, which is a good tool otherwise, probably has some bug and doesn't detect it. Perhaps it just sees that the js file has been added after DOM content is loaded, so doesn't complain.
     13Also, Pagespeed insights, which is a good tool otherwise, probably has some bug and doesn't detect it. Perhaps it just sees that the js file has been added after DOM content is loaded, so doesn't complain.
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     15Also worth noting is that according to http://caniemoji.com/ OS X Chrome has emoji support, so the js file shouldn't be loading. But anyway, I observe the same behaviour on Chrome on Windows which doesn't have emoji support.