By Bryan McCaffrey
Isn’t that really what all end user-conscious web developers strive for? If not, it should be – it saves time, saves money, AND makes your users happier. And we all know there aren’t a lot of things that can do all three of those at the same time.
Now, even though I like to use jQuery for everything, this is not the case this time. In this case, I took a hint from Google’s analytics code. You know that code that you as a webmaster are supposed to have in your document before the closing </head>, yeah that’s what I mean. It is useful for tracking your site traffic AND serving as a great example of dynamic js source loading.
And that’s it.