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Ben Bayard 27 Jun 14
Replying to @wpseo @igrigorik
does this come with a respective performance hit?
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Ilya Grigorik 27 Jun 14
Replying to @partyfists @wpseo
WOFF2 is optimized for size and memory + decompression speed. wins all around.
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Ben Bayard 27 Jun 14
Replying to @igrigorik @wpseo
that's awesome, I can't wait to use it! Thanks :-)
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Hrant H Papazian 27 Jun 14
Replying to @wpseo @davelab6
What happens to the really big stuff?
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wpSEO 27 Jun 14
Replying to @hhpapazian
For example?
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Hrant H Papazian 27 Jun 14
Replying to @wpseo @davelab6
I mean font files that are hundreds of K. Maybe can provide some for testing.
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wpSEO 27 Jun 14
Replying to @hhpapazian @davelab6
We can test it, of course.
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wpSEO 27 Jun 14
Replying to @hhpapazian @davelab6
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Dave Crossland 27 Jun 14
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Hrant H Papazian 27 Jun 14
Replying to @wpseo @davelab6
Ah, good to see the savings are proportional!
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Cătălin Mariș 27 Jun 14
Replying to @wpseo @igrigorik
regarding the extension and media type for WOFF 2.0 font files, see: (Cc: ).
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wpSEO 27 Jun 14
Replying to @hhpapazian @davelab6
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Chris Lilley 1 Jul 14
Replying to @wpseo
what is this mythical font/ttf and font/woff2 you are using?
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Sajjad Ahmad 3 Dec 14
Replying to @wpseo
is woff2 compatible to use in all browsers or we have to back up woff type?
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wpSEO 3 Dec 14
Replying to @iamsahmad
See the Browser support at
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Sajjad Ahmad 3 Dec 14
Replying to @wpseo
ok :)
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