For regular readers of my blog you will know I recommend a few products from the script marketplace CodeCanyon. They are premium scripts with well documented code. I've always wanted to put some scripts up there so I finally have put up a product. There is a code moderator that needs to approve your code and documentation to make sure that they are both very high quality to go on sale. I have bought scripts from here before but didn't realise how much work is involved to get a script accepted into the marketplace. I suppose this is a good thing because it ensures that the scripts are of a high quality. I made a new tool last week which enabled you to compress multiple CSS and JS files. I found this tool very useful but thought there is a missing feature that can be extremely useful to any website. This missing feature is on page compression and caching of the compressed file.
I start working on this extra feature and decided to put it up on Codecanyon. I wrote up the documentation for the script, but it first got rejected because there was enough documentation. I already went through the whole code explain what each line of code does and how to use it correctly so wasn't too sure what else I can put in. I added more examples and output examples and clearer how to guides and sent it off. This time it was accepted and is now in the marketplace. ## JS And CSS Minifier
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