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jQuery be Gone

This site no longer used jQuery1. I only noticed that I was using jQuery after I ran some benchmarking tests on the site. The site did well in enough but jQuery contributed a significant amount of the load time.

After digging around, the only place that I found jQuery getting used was the "to-top" button in the bottom right corner. This seems a ridiculous waste of resources so the jQuery dependant code has now been replaced by some simple vanilla JavaScript.

Though part of me is tempted to remove it completely.

  1. With the exception of one post.
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