Optimizing your project
When you’re ready to publish your site, Hammer has a built-in feature for compressing and minimizing your code. Simply turn on the “Optimized” switch, and Hammer takes care of the rest.
Whenever you use a
<!-- @stylesheet reset normalize buttons style -->
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="../9bc29a8e2b69829b8e9b8.css" />
Hammer gives compressed files a unique name - an MD5 hash of their contents. That means any time you change your assets, Hammer creates a new name for the generated file - perfect for automatically busting browser caches.
Notes about Optimized mode
<!-- @reload --> tag doesn’t work in Optimized mode. That’s because Hammer adds code to your site in normal development mode, and we don’t want that code going onto the server.
• Optimized mode takes longer to compile. It’s doing quite a bit more work to compress your site down, which takes a while. But it’s worth it! Your site will load much faster in Optimized mode.
• Finally: When you’re deploying your site, remember to build the site in “Optimized” mode before you publish it or export it.