lib

Combine css and javascript includes in a single request.

Generates a <link /> or <script /> element for including the given libraries. This combines all css and javascript files in one request, saving multiple roundtrips to the server.

Example:

{% lib
      "css/zp-compressed.css"
      "css/zp-admin.css"
      "css/zp-wysiwyg.css"
      "css/zp-dialog.css"
      "css/zp-formreplace.css"
      "css/zp-finder.css"
      "css/zp-growl.css"
  %}

Will output:

<link href="/lib/css/zp-compressed~zp-admin~zp-wysiwyg~zp-dialog~zp-formreplace~zp-finder~zp-growl~63417066183.css" type="text/css" media="all" rel="stylesheet" />

The number at the end is the Unix modification time of the most recently changed file.

The lib tag supports optional arguments to control the resulting html tag. The arguments are supplied after the list of files:

{% lib
  "css/not-so-important-styles.css"
  minify
  async
%}

Accepted arguments are:

Option Default Description
absolute_url false If true, prefix the generated URL with “https://{hostname}/”.
title <empty> Specify a value for the title attribute of the link tag.
media “all” Specify value for the media attribute of the link tag.
rel “stylesheet” Specify value for the rel attribute of the link tag.
minify   Force minification use as {% lib ... minify %}
async  
Load css or javascript asynchronously, use as
{% lib ... async %}

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