Seperating CSS and Javascript on Muse

New Here ,
Mar 14, 2018

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Hi everyone,

I made this website, using mainly a muse template called Gaze. My first attempt at a Muse site.
yourdateproject.com


I showed it to a developer friend of mine who told me, " i can see that the index file has the whole css code and whole javascript code on it. Normally these parts are broken up into separate files, like a style.css and the javacode.js are stored in a sub-folder of the website and called by a css or java tag by the page."

He nor I know enough about Muse templates to know how to fix this issue, but was wondering if anyone here did.

Thank you!

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Guide , Mar 15, 2018
Pavel_Homeriki Guide , Mar 15, 2018
Normally these parts are broken up into separate files, like a style.css and the javacode.js are stored in a sub-folder of the website and called by a css or java tag by the page."Some files work just like that. But what is on the page can not be transferred to separate files. So take it for granted and use the Muse as it is.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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But where is the issue? Is anything going wrong with your site?

Best Regards,

Uwe

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There is nothing particularly wrong with the site. I just want to optimize and speed up the site as much as possible, so was wondering if there is a good way to do so.

Thanks!

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Guide ,
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Normally these parts are broken up into separate files, like a style.css and the javacode.js are stored in a sub-folder of the website and called by a css or java tag by the page."

Some files work just like that. But what is on the page can not be transferred to separate files. So take it for granted and use the Muse as it is.

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Got it thank you.

The biggest thing I wanted to ask about the website was it's speed. I am happy with the way the site is, but want to speed up the load time.

Can't seem to find any good solutions other than upping things on the server side.

Thanks!

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