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Google Page Speed & Composite JS position

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    Hi All,

    While trying to optimise my site using Google's Pagespeed insights, it continually complains about elminating render-blocking resources from the HEAD.

    While some of the files it lists are critical css files, one file inparticular is the composite JS file that is in the HEAD. There is another composite js at the bottom which is not causing a problem

    I am wondering if all compsite js files could also be loaded at the bottom rather than in the HEAD. Perhaps this could be an option.

    As there are rumors going around that Google is going to start reporting on slow websites this may help maintain ranking.

    Is this possible ?

    Regards

    Tony

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