Keeping track of your JS

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Keeping track of your JS

Post by Guest on 1/30/2015, 9:25 am


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It's a little creative idea I had a couple of years ago, but it has proven to be very helpful and effective ever since. To keep track of the placement of various JS on my website, I added the placement as well if a JS is ON or OFF to the title of every JS: http://prntscr.com/5ywa34

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Post by _Twisted_Mods_ on 1/30/2015, 1:04 pm

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yea i seen this on your forum and it made me wanna redo my titles of my js i just havent got around to it yet

also inside the JavaScript you can add

Code:
//whatever text you want to describe what the JavaScript does

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Post by Guest on 1/30/2015, 4:51 pm


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Good tip as well. Thank you! Smile But that's about the inside of the JS. I just wanted to show people you can do a great deal on the outside as well.

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