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  1. There is no plus beside the new repository I created. I think they have made sight change to the website design. but they have "file name"

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    1. Yes you were right Robert, they have made some changes so I updated the post now you have to click on "New File" to create your file.

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  2. How do I know the kind of code to store for my blog. I am using blogger. .css or.js or what? please help. thanks

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    1. Let me clear what is a css file. If there is a style opening and closing tag like this < style> and < /style> then its a css code. In blogger you can find most of css codes above < /b:skin>.

      And to identify a javascript code you will see an opening and a closing tag like this < script> and

      So you have to specify whether you are storing a css or a javascript code thats why you have to use .js for javascript and .css for css

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  3. If you have any other question ask me. I will create a video tutorial soon to make it easier for you

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    1. How do I get code for no. 7? I don't know how to write code. where do I get the code from?

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    2. You can find extra codes in your template and store it on github. Moreover if you are installing a gadget you can store its css or javascript codes.

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  4. great post that reduce a lot of loading time
    thanks

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  5. Hey men, this is the FIRST article which really helped me by speeding up my blog. I tried so many tricks and nothing helped, i want to thank you, because it really works, and there is a huge difference in speed now when i visit the site/blog.

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    1. Its really good to know that this post helped you, thanks for your feedback it helps me to improve my posts!

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  6. this is a very helpful post that you have described here. thanks

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  7. This is very helful to me because I have read lots of post concerning storing of css and js codes on github but I was not getting it right,and immediately I think of coming to 101helper to use the blog search bar and search what am looking. After searching then unfortunately I landed here an for get exactly what I was looking for with good explanations. Which I hereby say a very big thanks to fahim raza.

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  8. A have a question fahim....
    Can I store all my blog css codes inside one Repository folder in github? And can I edit and update my codes at anytime?
    Please answer...
    Regards

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    1. Thank you very much for appreciating my work, yes of course you can update codes anytime and after updating you have to click on "view" and then make simple link as shown in this post i.e if your link is https://raw.githubusercontent.com/fahimraza/myblog/master/101helper.css you have to remove "dot" between raw.git and also remove hubusercontent , now your link will be https://rawgit.com/fahimraza/myblog/master/101helper.css but as you make link to updated version you will have some numbering in the new link like 3457bgaj768882 etc.

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    2. Hello Fahim..
      Thanks for the quik response, do you mean anytime I update or add some css code to my .css folder which i ealier created,must I view the raw file link and copy it to my blog head section again and again when ever I made any changes to my css?

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    3. Exactly because you have to update link to load an updated version.

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  9. Thank you very much very helpful inded.....

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  10. Hello, I looked for a trick like that since a long time. And I found your blog only this week! It can be very helpful.
    I have some questions about the CSS/JS outsourcing, if you have some time to answer.

    If I have conditional CSS code in my template, (for exemple, if I'm on the main page I have some CSS and if I'm on a post page I want to use another CSS), can I create one CSS per section and can I add the "link" code of each CSS file under my conditional tag?
    The same if I want to put the js code or css code of widgets. Do I have to create one file per widget? Is it recommended to have many files?
    And last question. Is it possible to use the same trick if I have some javascript in the "body" of my template.

    Best Regards,
    Julien

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    1. Yes you have to create different css and JavaScript files. If you are making a css file for main page then allow it only in main page by using blogger xml codes to show or hide a gadget on specific pages. You can find a post about how to show or hide a gadget in blogger specific pages in this blog(use search). After creating your css files show one for main and other for post pages. I have done it in this blog. You can also find a video tutorial about it on 101Helper YouTube channel.

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    2. Thank you.
      I'll look for this tips on your blog and try to apply.

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    3. Hello Fahim,
      For your information, at the step 13: rawgit.com stopped since October 2018. It's no longer possible to use this trick (see https://rawgit.com/).
      I used jsDelivr to do the same thing from the rawgit url in my tests.

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    4. Thank you for informing me bro but it still works. I am using it in my blog just view this page source you will find rawgit.com also you can use cdn.rawgit.com

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