Make Your Site Faster with Async and Deferred JavaScript: Introducing script_loader_tag – WPShout

Learn how to speed up your WordPress page loads by using the script_loader_tag filter. WPShout explains how.

Today I’m going to discuss a new, and very nice, site speed improvement that became possible in WordPress 4.1. What changed? The introduction of a new filter, script_loader_tag. This filter lets us easily change the HTML markup of enqueued script elements—that is, of JavaScript files that were correctly added into a WordPress site using WordPress’s wp_enqueue_script function.

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thrifttrac.com #recentwork

Later this week I hope to do a proper write-up on this project, but while it’s still “hot off the press”, here’s a link to my latest work: thrifttrac.com. I designed and built the site in less than one week, just in time for my client’s appearance at a tradeshow this evening. In addition, I also designed the ThriftTrac logo.

Key tools I used in building this site were: