I figured out there is a setting in JCH optimize that causes the js file to disappear:
When this option is activated the js files are not placed anywhere. They should be on the bottom... I have contacted the developer about this. Maybe it's a bug in that plugin or my template cases this. Not sure yet...
Hi Michael, thanks for pointing me to these plugins.
JCH Optimize is a pretty nice and extensive tool if you know how to use it. So I think I will stick to that for now But the System HTTP/2 plugin might be a very nice addition to that. Or server does support it. I already tried the plugin on our own company site and it seems to work fine.
I am not sure how I can see (in the browser / inspector) what is different with the plugin turned on and off?
Just watched your video on this plugin. I am looking for way to check the pushed files on Windows 10 like you did on the Mac. That way I can actually see what is pushed and what's not. But I think I can probably find a tool for that.
I do have another question: I mentioned I use JCH to optimize the loading of CSS and s scripts. I am not sure if the files taht are combined by this plugin - and added to the html - are pushed by the http2 push plugin? I guess the plugin ordering might be important for this to work?
This will also affect the way we put the scripts in the 'Advanced' tab of the plugin I guess.
JCH produces css and js file slike this: