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which plugin is compatible with framework in order to minify css files? i try some of them and all breaks my template... what is wrong with paglines framework, is it a bug r special functionality as pagelines developers prefer to name bugs..?

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@jankowalski: Have you tried W3TC?

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Try WebWerx's solution and if that doesn't work, I think any minify plugin should be left turned off to avoid breaking the site.

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What are you trying to achieve by minifying css? Plenty of threads about w3 cache breaking js with its minify options: https://www.google.ie/search?sugexp=chrome,mod=9&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=w3+total+cache+jsminify

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@Simon yes, it breaks some templates, don t know why. it works with default and some templates on the market, unfortunatelly not with all. have you test it? What i am trying to aviche is to minify css... Compacting CSS code can save many bytes of data and speed up downloading, parsing, and execution time. You can learn more here: https://developers.google.com/speed/docs/best-practices/payload.html#MinifyCSS My theme loads 15 diferent .css from template and plugins, cuting out comments, blank line, and place code in one line could save some seconds on page loading. @catrina yes, thats what i ve done, but still like to speed up my site a little bit. @WebWerx yes i tried and it breaks the pagelines framework

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@jankowalski: My caching is done my host WPENGINE. I do use W3TC on some sites. Have a look at CloudFlare. I am pretty sure that there is an option to do what you want. I use it on all of our sites. A different option for sure!

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Using a CDN would do far more good than minifying css. MaxCDN for example will gzip all text files, cloudflare do the same as far as i know. What site are you testing? Perhaps if you let us see it we could give better advice.

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