But thems the breaks when you put the code out there for anyone to do what they want with.
Using preconnect and dns-prefetch is redundant. preconnect will do the DNS lookup + connection stuff
But IE doesn’t support preconnect so dns-prefetch is a fallback there.
@chriscoyier Look on the bright side. Hello Dolly is still in the top 25. It is not just a plugin, it symbolizes the hope and enthusiasm of an entire generation.
@chriscoyier Glad to help point you in the right direction.
@chriscoyier Under the Conditionals section is is_tag() listed as true?
@chriscoyier Under the Hooks & Actions section you can see all of the other functions hooking in to the pre_get_posts action that are possibly modifying the query
@chriscoyier You should see `post` and `page` listed next to `post_type`
You should see some numbers in the admin bar now. Click them and go to the “Request” section
@chriscoyier You can try changing
add_action( ‘pre_get_posts’, array( $this, ‘tags_support_query’ ) );
add_action( ‘pre_get_posts’, array( $this, ‘tags_support_query’ ), 999 );
so the tags_support_query function gets called a lil bit later if something else is messing with the query
In theory what you have should probably work but here is what I came up with and a detailed explanation of what it does. I tested this on a local set up and it works as expected.
If that doesn’t work for your site maybe there is another action involved
@chriscoyier Love the Google Home Mini in the kids bathroom so we can play kids songs during bath time.
And the next thing I got into was these Meross smart wifi plugs. Now I can turn lights off by voice. Works pretty well.
@chriscoyier Funny enough this is also what the etag response header was for
@chriscoyier I worried about that too at first but its really not a big deal. It’s just reading metadata for a file not accessing the entire contents (which would be much slower)
@chriscoyier A static site is just a thoroughly cached dynamic site.