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Will it have a negative effect upon any page function If I put all those JS into the footer.php?
Did you think about the loading rate when developing Abundance? I just want to know if I can make the change,
when many theme options are based on JS it’s better to have the effects/options load before the actual content for users not to get confused. Plus it’s only a matter of milliseconds before they’re loaded. Having that said it’s possible to move some down though in most cases it’s not advised as some JS code has to be executed before the content is loaded.
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