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Jeroen Fürst

Thanks for sharing this Matt!

p.s. nice disclaimer :)

Brian McKeiver

Very nice tip and write up. I'm pretty tempted to add this to some of our production sites.

I think that Kentico mentioned in version 6 there will be some new form of auto minimize and compression for getting resources like CSS files. I hope that makes it in version 6 and that they add in your logic as well. Then the solution should be complete.

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This is exactly the behavior I've been trying to create. This will solve several issues for me. Thanks!

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The solution I was thinking to solve this issue was to change a cache value, but I think you are quite true in this case as this may still lead to some problems.

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