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Rev7319 says

First, I’d like to say thank you to all the authors that fully document their CSS, JS structures and dependencies. More so if you take the time to breakdown each page of your template to it’s bare minimums.

Every template I or a client purchases gets converted to a custom php template. 99% of this process is cake. That 1% that is a huge pain in most cases is the css and js handling. Mainly because authors like to create one base header then copy paste, so that every page in the template is loading every css and js file.

If you don’t want to do custom loads per page that’s fine. But please at least document the needed files per page in some way. It would be greatly appreciated.

e.g. Home
  • CSS:
    • style.css
    • responsive.css
    • fontawesome.css
  • JS:
    • jquery.min.js
    • jquery-ui.min.js
    • fontawesome.js
Gallery 1
  • CSS:
    • style.css
    • responsive.css
    • fontawesome.css
    • prettyphoto.css
  • JS:
    • jquery.min.js
    • jquery-ui.min.js
    • fontawesome.js
    • prettyphoto.js

Thanks :)

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