Post by Todd Michel McComb Post by Mr. Mike
Perhaps the poster is referring to the line at the bottom of many
browsers when you connect to a WWW site which reveals all the
"subliminal" things that are being accessed. If your connection is
very fast, this might not be really obvious.
Er, well, these things occur in the page source. I just took a
look at the raw code on the front page of broinc.com and it includes
<!-- WooCommerce Facebook Integration Begin -->
that involves connecting to e.g.
As for why, that's another matter....
Well done. As to why, I can think of a couple of things. 1) The code
is boilerplate for some function needed by the coder that really has
nothing to do with Facebook, but that Facebook has made available (as it
says in the beginning). 2) It was accidentally included as part of some
code lifted from somewhere else and isn't needed at all.
In either case (or more likely some other reason altogether), it has
nothing to do with the slow loading or search of the BRO catalog.