Note: Your webserver does not seem to support mod_rewrite (used in /min/.htaccess). Your Minify URIs will contain "?", which may reduce the benefit of proxy cache servers.
Place this URI in your HTML to serve the files above combined, minified, compressed and with cache headers.
|URI||/min (opens in new window)|
For the best performance you can serve these files as a pre-defined group with a URI
To do this, add a line like this to /min/groupsConfig.php:
return array( ... your existing groups here ... );
Make sure to replace
keyName with a unique key for this group.
Create Minify URIs (right-click, add to bookmarks)
If your CSS files contain
@import declarations, Minify will not
remove them. Therefore, you will want to remove those that point to files already
in your list, and move any others to the top of the first file in your list
(imports below any styles will be ignored by browsers as invalid).
If you desire, you can use Minify URIs in imports and they will not be touched
by Minify. E.g.
When /min/config.php has
$min_allowDebugFlag = true; you can get debug output by appending
&debug to a Minify URL, or
by sending the cookie
<match> should be a string in the Minify URIs you'd like to debug. This bookmarklet will allow you to
set this cookie.
Minify Debug (right-click, add to bookmarks)
Need help? Check the wiki, or post to the discussion list.
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