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    SeNioR- got a reaction from sobrenome in Welcome to the team, Jordan!   
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    SeNioR- reacted to Angel Costa in Health Dashboard   
    First is gonna come sooner, major version updates take a while...
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    SeNioR- reacted to Jim M in Health Dashboard   
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    SeNioR- got a reaction from sobrenome in Health Dashboard   
    what's the difference
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    SeNioR- reacted to Sonya* in Highlight Topics With Replies From Groups   
    Wonderful idea!
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    SeNioR- reacted to GTServices in 4.5: One More Thing...   
    You guys are da BOMB!!

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    SeNioR- reacted to Sonya* in 4.5: Commerce Trials   
    I wish there will be not only credit card. Something like this:
    Acquire a free trial version Collect the data for future invoice Invoice is automatically generated when free trial is over The customer is free to pay or abandon Is it possible with the feature?
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    SeNioR- reacted to supernal in Invision Community Apps for iOS & Android   
    Extremely excited about both 4.5 and a mobile app with push notification functionality that is free for owners with an active license. Pulled right out of my dreams for my community on IPS
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    SeNioR- got a reaction from Matt in How I started my community   
    Hi Helen. You chose a very good CMS. Good luck! 
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    SeNioR- got a reaction from Joel R in How I started my community   
    Hi Helen. You chose a very good CMS. Good luck! 
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    SeNioR- reacted to Joel R in Test drive Invision Community 4.4 now!   
    We should all race @Adlago in a community speedtest 🚗
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    SeNioR- got a reaction from Matt in Test drive Invision Community 4.4 now!   
    Great job guys: 

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    SeNioR- reacted to aXenDev in Test drive Invision Community 4.4 now!   
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    SeNioR- got a reaction from Matt in 4.4: SEO Improvements   
    Thanks. Good job, team! 
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    SeNioR- reacted to PrettyPixels in 4.4: SEO Improvements   
    Thanks for all your hard work and improvements in the upcoming release. I'm excited to see it in action! 🙂
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    SeNioR- reacted to Mr 13 in 4.4: Turbo charging loading speeds   
    A little addition: Just in case you'll change your mind about raster images in backgrounds, here is some SVG examples:
    svg.7z (yes 3 backgrounds, sized just in 2 kb in compressed state).
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    SeNioR- reacted to Charles in 4.4: Turbo charging loading speeds   
    We won’t quite make it this year but will have a public alpha and/or it installed here on our site in the next few days.
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    SeNioR- got a reaction from Spanner in Team Talk: Where in the world would you like to live?   
    California  Beverly Hills or San Francisco

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    SeNioR- reacted to Spanner in Team Talk: Where in the world would you like to live?   
    Cracow, Poland 🙂
    Or US - Miami 🙂
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    SeNioR- reacted to Makoto in 4.4: Turbo charging loading speeds   
    There is no actual benefit in doing this.
    Those additional prefixes are also there for a reason. They're maintained for backwards compatibility. 
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    SeNioR- reacted to Rikki in 4.4: Turbo charging loading speeds   
    Not quite. It looks like that plugin replaces the video with a screenshot until the user clicks it to load the video. Our built-in approach will always load the video, but only once the user has scrolled down far enough to see it.
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    SeNioR- reacted to Kirill Gromov in Team Talk: Where in the world would you like to live?   
    Moscow. I love cars traffic 😋
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    SeNioR- reacted to The Old Man in 4.4: Turbo charging loading speeds   
    This is really good news, I'd been hoping to see a performance-based release for some time as traditionally IPS does rate low in Page SpeedGTMetrix/Yslow tests and we've been waiting for some of these overdue improvements for quite some time. So huge thanks! 
    Lazyloading should really help with Gallery in particular, I currently get a poor Pagespeed score of F42 on one of my sites.
    Please consider adding to your to do list (if not already added):
    Serve scaled images (current GTMetrix reports a score of F0 with a 1.2MiB 80% possible saving is possible on my Gallery index page) Where static content is uploaded to Amazon S3 and Cloudfront (it should be copied, not moved!), often there is missing header metadata such as cache-control, expires etc. Whilst investigating poor Cloudfront cache hit ratios of just 5%, I noticed this week an IPS uploaded .png image placed in my S3 bucket with a content-type of image/jpeg instead of image/png.  Leverage Browser Caching (you can't do anything about Amazon and Google external resources, but IPS could and should add more to improve caching of its static resources) Specify Image Dimensions - I get awful scores for this both on Gallery and Forums where images are missing width and height attributes. This happens particularly in grid view layout and where you upload an image attachment into forum description fields via AdminCP.  Remove query strings from urls - Have raised this several times, and keep getting told it's needed to allow cache busting, but the string token could be built into the actual filename/url itself. If CSS for example is later rebuilt, a new url is created and immediately browsers see the updated resource and recache it. All of the separate CSS and JS files should be grouped into one or two files, not like 10-12. Pages article images should have medium sized thumbnails available instead of just tiny thumbnails which look awful stretch to cover on 4K displays. The alternative is full-sized (in my case massive 1920x1080 images) which kill page loading times are are such overkill for article listing previews.  
     
     
     
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    SeNioR- reacted to bfarber in 4.4: Turbo charging loading speeds   
    This is absolutely no longer the recommended approach with HTTP/2 becoming mainstream, just FYI. Naturally there's always a balance, but I would recommend reading up some more on best ways to handle CSS/Javascript with HTTP/2 to learn more.
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