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  1. Surely it would be better to just have better WordPress integration with the site? the blog product will never be anywhere near the level of Wordpress.
  2. @Thomas P Assume you've done a custom implementation as it's not standard with IPB. Invisible reCaptcha is V2 not V3.
  3. @bfarber check the animated demo on the home page of https://www.imgix.com/ They work completely different to a CDN such as Clouldfront, in that they allow one image to be dynamically rescaled, optimized and format served depending on the device/browser and connection speed.
  4. Has there been any discussion around support of Image CDNs such as https://cloudinary.com/ or https://www.imgix.com/
  5. But the page can't start rendering until the CSS file has been parsed. It's actually something I want to get around to testing, did you try it both ways? Edit: just found example of lazy loading background images https://toad.js.org/
  6. Images declared in the CSS will mean it takes longer for the browser to parse the CSS file delaying the loading of the visible page. If they were img src tags the requests would be made as the HTML is parsed so the visible page can load earlier. Why do you say they don't slow down rendering?
  7. FYI With the introduction of Dark Mode in macOS Mojave last year, web developers have been asking for support in Safari to style web content that matches the system appearance. With the Safari 12.1 update in macOS 10.14.4, dark mode support in WebKit has arrived. https://webkit.org/blog/8840/dark-mode-support-in-webkit/ Android Q will feature dark mode https://www.engadget.com/2019/05/07/android-q-google-IO-2019-dark-mode/
  8. Yeah I'd love to be able to not show the subscriptions lower than what they are already signed up for, and if they have the highest subscription not show the block at all.
  9. Hahaha sorry, didn't even see the date there. 🤣
  10. It's supported across 78.37% of all mobile web users and 81.29% of global desktops.
  11. @orp It's a hack and not ideal, but I'm using Google Optimize to change this on my subscription page, you can now do personalisation rather than juts AB testing. https://support.google.com/optimize/answer/9112930
  12. If subscriptions are forced for registration process, the link from the register button, should go directly to the subscriptions sign up page and not through this redirect which slows the page from loading. E.g this one
  13. Also worth noting that Google doesn't support rel=next/previous anymore https://searchengineland.com/google-no-longer-supports-relnext-prev-314319 John Mueller at BrightonSEO talking about rel=next removal.
  14. You can now, it was removed for the first 4.4.0 as my free subs were turned in to products. I was told by IPB support that it was a business decision to remove free subscriptions as they weren't technically a subscription. Anyway I'm glad they are back and my sign up page is back to normal. However, what people want and what is expected, is that you can have a 'free/normal' register block next to the paid subscriptions. So for example, if a user doesn't want to pay for your premium ad free option, they can sign up for a normal ad supported account but not have to go through the cart pages. @Adriano Faria modifcation does this, but not as a block, only as a link at the bottom. To increase conversion rates, I want my users to be able to compare the free to the paid versions and the only way to do that is to show the difference in plans. E.g So when clicking on the free user register now button, it should go to the normal non subscription sign up process. And also if subscriptions are forced for registration process, the link from the register button, should go directly to the subscriptions sign up page and not through this redirect which slows the page from loading.
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