Why you should minify resources when you can

Sunday, December 13th, 2015

Minifying resources is when you remove unnecessary or redundant data without affecting how the page is shown by the browser. For instance, you can create a header.php page and include it to all your pages instead of having duplicates of the header on every page. You can also remove comments in your code, remove unused code and use shorter variables and function names to improve your page speed.

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