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I’m looking for some BEST PRACTICES insight into using page_layout.xml. Is it a good idea to try and decouple the non-shared resources on Product Pages, Category Pages and CMS Pages? If so, what’s the best way to do this? Recently found myself creating a bunch of CMS specific CSS rules for our CSM pages and I knew the CSS rules may continue to grow a bit so I decided to create a dedicated layout file (
Magento_Theme\page_layout\cms_layout.xml). To achieve this, I created a new page_layout but also had to make a plugin
beforeRenderResult() to load in in
<body> BOTH the standard class
page-layout-2columns-left and the new class
page-layout-cms-layout. If I didn’t do this, I would have had to modify a lot of CSS.
Some of the benefits I think I’m realizing are:
- (Maintenance) I no longer have to manage a lot of
Content > Page > Design > Layout Update XMLcontent. I can just change the “Layout” dropdown to the CMS Specific Layout.
- (Slight Performance) I don’t have to load the CSS for the CMS pages on the Product Pages and Category Pages
Next up – might be to look at some of the heavy UI JS/CSS being used on Product Pages and not have that being loaded on Category Pages? Does this situation make sense to experiences Magento Developers OR should I provide more clarity?
I’m pretty certain I’m not making any big performance gains with this particular situation but I am curious whats “Best Practice”. As it stands, it seems like Magento load the the entire websites resources on every page, no matter how big or small (Category JS/CSS, Details JS/CSS, Checkout JS/CSS, etc). I’m not sure that’s great either.
Java and HTML are the two codes im willing to learn, but as well as get myself familiar with them as well. Is there a certain amount of time to understand the fundamentals well enough to have dedicated time for practice?
I need a dedicated 3tb server for a porn site, I have my own content, 3 to 4tb porn files, also I have the script ready.
I already take a look and there’s a lot but expensive ones, I am looking for a good managed server but no much expensive
Any help will be appreciated
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