@chriscoyier This is totally a human analysis + tool analysis type of problem. Feels really good when you are confident that there is some CSS you can chuck!
Bowline knots are probably fun to learn because they have a story about a rabbit that goes up a hole, around a tree, and back down the hole again animatedknots.com/bowline-knot
Now you can pay creators for time spent on site. It’s an interesting experiment.
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)