What is MinifyX?
MinifyX is a snippet that allows you to combine JS and CSS files to reduce server load and optimize loading speed.
MinifyX is created and maintained by SCHERP Ontwikkeling.
MinifyX requires MODX® Revolution 2.2.0 or later.
|1.0.0-PL1||March 26th, 2012||Patrick Nijkamp (SCHERP Ontwikkeling)||Initial release.|
|1.1.0-PL||September 09, 2012||Vasiliy Naumkin||Improved minifiers and code refactor|
Download & Installation
Install the package through the MODX® package manager.
What you need to know
Using MinifyX in the front-end
Placing the snippet
Place the main [[MinifyX]] snippet call on your webpage. If you have placed the snippet it assigns the following placeholders to your page:
You can configure the snippet "MinifyX" with the following parameters:
|jsSources||Comma separated list to your JS files from the site base URL
||Comma separated string||(empty)||no|
|cssSources||Comma separated list to your CSS files from the site base URL
||Comma separated string||(empty)
|minifyCss||Whether to minify the CSS or not
||0 = no, 1 = yes
|minifyJs||Whether to minify the JS or not
(only block comments allowed! experimental)
|0 = no, 1 = yes
||The folder to the cache files from the site base URL
||Base name of destination js file, without extension
|cssFilename||Base name of destination css file, without extension
Below you see the main snippet call and the placement of the placeholders. Every parameter is optional, we have just used some possibilities of customization.
Developers website: http://www.scherpontwikkeling.nl/portfolio/modx-addons/minifyx.html
Report bugs and request features: http://www.github.com/b03tz/MinifyX/issues