@robocoder opened this Issue on November 5th 2010 Contributor

In one of the installation steps, we should advise the user that we're minifying the js and css, and then call getJs/getCss. This prepares the user for the delay, and improves the initial login experience.

We should similarly warn (or add some visual indicator) when activating/deactivating plugins that there might be some delay.

@mattab commented on November 16th 2010 Member

could we load an <img src='' width=0 height=0> loading the index.php page at the 'Display Javascript Code' installation page ? This way the minified files would be pre-built and we wouldn't need extra messaging. Thoughts?

@robocoder commented on November 16th 2010 Contributor

Hmm... how about:

  • initially disable the 'Next' button and cursor:wait
  • when the getJs/getCss complete, re-enable the 'Next' button and cursor:default
@mattab commented on November 24th 2010 Member

The solution with the Next appearing could cause problem in case the request never comes back somehow.

I would prefer vote for having the user wait for a few seconds when loading Piwik the first time (current behavior). This is usually pretty fast on an online server (6s max in my tests).

This Issue was closed on January 1st 2011
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