[theme-reviewers] Best practice CSS options

Emil Uzelac emil at themeid.com
Sun May 8 05:03:03 UTC 2011

CSS from the Theme itself should not be used/passed into Theme Options if
there is no need for that, if someone wants to work on performance either a)
for Theme b) for Theme Options they are more than welcome to do that. Simple
shorthand properties will speed up the any page.

*Emil Uzelac* | ThemeID | T: 224-444-0006 | Twitter: @EmilUzelac | E:
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On Sat, May 7, 2011 at 11:03 PM, Ryan Hellyer <ryan at pixopoint.com> wrote:

> > From: Emil Uzelac <emil at themeid.com>
> > Subject: Re: [theme-reviewers] Best practice CSS options
> >
> > Performance-wise for Theme Options? come on now. How much of styles can
> one
> > have to worry about the page speed? The important part is that our custom
> > CSS or JS is used only where we need it and that's i.e. theme-options.php
> > and yes we do use external styles. I would not worry about performance at
> > all. wp_head is the easiest and definitely the best option to do this so.
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Emil
> I think you are assuming that generated CSS will only be very small,
> whereas it could easily be all of the CSS used in the theme. Plus, if
> someone wants to improve their themes performance the theme review team
> presumably doesn't want to intentionally stop them from doing so.
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