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It's the favorite time of year in East Asia - Lunar New Year - a great time for us to take a look back on 2019 and plan for new milestones for JoomlaShine 2020. That means we're going to be out of the office for the holiday from Jan 23 to 29, 2020. During this period, you still are able to purchase our products and packages in our main website as usual. However, there will be a likely delay in reply to your ticket. We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience.

Thank you for letting us be a part of your business growth. We wish you a true successful 2020 ahead!.
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  4. Google Recommends Static content be delivered from a Cookie-less Domain
Domains with cookies "slow" down delivery of static content as nothing ever changes on them, but the cookies still have to be accessed and uploaded/downloaded for that content.
My plan for the sites that I believe might benefit from this is to create a sub-domain that points to the same root folder as the primary domain, or maybe one specifically for the images folder and one for the template folder (I haven't decided yet)... The problem is that while I can modify my articles/modules to load images and other files from the static domain, the only way I can get the template to load static images, css and js files from a static domain is to go in and modify the code of the template... Not something I want or am prepared to do. I wanted to post here and see if JSN would consider adding a setting to their template whereby we could set the domain to load the static content for the template. I would also love to see this setting enabled for the JSN Joomla Extensions.
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