I would absolutely love to be able to optionally remove jQuery from custome templates.
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However, currently, that requires us to sacrifice page speed. Of course, we could host our blog ourselves, and simply include HubSpot analytics, however, as said earlier, we're looking to fully "buy-in" to see what HubSpot can do for us without worrying that we're being limited in some way.
jQuery version 1.7 clocks in at almost ~100KB and is loaded in the document's head. Ouch!
That being said, the hubl tags are enjoyable to use, and I can see more developers preferring HubSpot over WordPress for their clients' blogs and websites. Keep up the good work!
The option to disable HubSpot's included version of jQuery is now live. This option is available under the HubSpot Settings Cog > Website > Pages path and is located with the other jQuery options.
We have recently launched a new setting to allow users to disable HubSpot's included jQuery library on their CMS pages, allowing developers to bring their own versions or use none at all.
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