A Netlify Build plugin to inline your assets/sources, built on top of the
inline-source package. By default, It inlines and compresses tags that use the
inline attribute and supports
Inlining your assets/sources can lead to faster websites as it reduces the number of HTTP requests, at the cost of making your HTML files heavier. For best performance, you should only inline critical content and let the rest load normally.
<!-- inline `styles.css` to a `<style>` tag --><!-- inline `main.js` to a `<script>` tag --><!-- inline a remote file to a `<script>` tag --><!-- inline `image.png` to a `<img src="data:image/png;base64, …">` tag --><!-- inline `image.svg` to a `<svg>` tag -->
Usage and inputs
To install the plugin, add it to your
[[plugins]]package = "netlify-plugin-inline-source"# All inputs are optional, so you can omit this section.# Defaults are shown below.# You can also refer to the `inline-source` documentation: https://github.com/popeindustries/inline-source#usage.[plugins.inputs]# Attribute used to parse sources. All tags will be parsed if set to `false`.attribute = "inline"# Enable/disable compression of inlined content.compress = true# Maintain leading whitespace when `compress` is `false`.pretty = false# Disable inlining based on tag, type, and/or format.ignore = # Convert `<img inline src="*.svg" />` to `<img>` and not `<svg>`.svgAsImage = false
Once installed and configured, the plugin will automatically run on the Netlify CI.
To test this plugin locally, you can use the Netlify CLI:
# Install the Netlify CLI.npm install netlify-cli -g# In the project working directory, run the build as Netlify would with the build bot.netlify build