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v2.3.3 why is the footer_scripts in the main.php file ?


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#1   bruyndoncx

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Posted 22 August 2012 - 21:40

why is the footer_scripts block called in each catalog/xxx.php file, and not part of the template_bottom ?

just wondering, as I'm about to change all my files to retrofit into the 2.3.3 scheme to allow for easier upgrades in the future
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No double declarations of functions allowed - used to slip through the cracks ...

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Posted 22 August 2012 - 21:58

???

Line 42 => https://github.com/o...late_bottom.php

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#3   bruyndoncx

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Posted 22 August 2012 - 22:05

Oops, looks like I'm going crazy - SORRY :'(
Hava a nice day !
Carine Bruyndoncx


FYI Just upgraded from PHP 5.3 to PHP 5.5  and saw big performance improvement.
But be aware php 5.5 is more strict about things.
UTF8-without BOM, no extra spaces allowed at the beginning or end of your php file, or your redirects wont work.
No double declarations of functions allowed - used to slip through the cracks ...

KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON
anyone else looking into material design (materializecss.com) ?