A new version of my Use Google Libraries WordPress Plugin is available, adding support for the upcoming WordPress 3.1.
A new version of my Use Google Libraries WordPress Plugin is available for download from the Plugin Directory, along with the full documentation and support forum. It mainly improves support for the upcoming WordPress 3.1 ((tested against RC1 and a recent SVN snapshot)) but it is still compatible with WordPress 3.0.
It seems that this is a popular plugin, as I’ve managed to end up listed as #517 in the WP Top 1000. I’m glad so many people have found it useful. If you’d like to support the development of the plugin I sure would appreciate it.
Important upgrade to “Use Google Libraries” for WordPress 2.8
Required Upgrade for Users of WordPress 2.8
I’ve updated my Use Google Libraries plugin to support WordPress 2.8.
- Disables script concatenation in WordPress 2.8, since it seems to have issues when some of the dependencies are outside of the concatenation.
- Persists flag to load scripts in the footer in WordPress 2.8
If you’re using WordPress 2.8, you’ll want to upgrade ASAP. Download it from the Plugin Directory (or use the auto-update feature). If you find it useful, feel free to leave a tip.
I’ve updated he “Use Google Libraries” WordPress plugin for better performance and compatibility.
Updated WordPress Plugin
I’ve updated my Use Google Libraries plugin. This version implements a pair of
suggestions from Peter Wilson.
- Use Google Libraries should detect when a page is loaded over https and load the libraries over https accordingly
- Use Google Libraries no longer drops the micro version number from the URL. The reasons for this are twofold:
- It ensures the version requested is the version received.
- Google’s servers set the expires header for 12 months for these urls, as opposed to 1 hour. This allows clients to cache the file for up to a year without needing to retrieve it again from Google’s servers. If the version requested by your WordPress install changes, so will the URL so there’s no worry that you’ll keep loading an old version.
What are you waiting for? Download it from the Plugin Directory (or use the auto-update feature in WordPress 2.7+). If you find it useful, feel free to leave a tip.