[wp-hackers] echobig and TinyMCE, and themes/categories
ian.barber at gmail.com
Fri Nov 17 09:35:11 GMT 2006
I'm a bit new to the list, so apologies if this stuff is covered elsewhere,
though I did try a search or two. I have two issues that I wouldn't mind
hearing thoughts on, both apply at least to wordpress 2.0.5 .
1) I encountered a weird issue on my blog that turned out to be due to echo
choking when passed more than a certain amount of data. The file in question
was the optimised version of TinyMCE that gets echoed in
wp-includes/js/tinymce/tiny_mce_gzip.php. I worked around this with
something similar to the echobig function mentioned in the comments in
http://php.net/echo, and when I noticed that I saw there were claims this
kind of splitting of big echos actually improved speed.
While I suspect whatever buffer my host has set too low is usually not a
problem, I wonder if it's worth using something like echobig to echo out the
particularly large files, like tinymce, and generally making it available?
2) For no particularly good reason I wanted a certain category of my blog to
appear under a different theme, but I noticed that theme choosing is done
before the post detail is populated. I was wondering if there is a technical
reason this couldn't be moved to after the db querying, so that some of the
post information would be available to theme choosing plugins without having
to duplicate work?
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