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One of the 10 things we hold to be true here at Google is that fast is better than slow. We keep speed in mind in all things that we do, and the +1 button is no exception. Since the button’s launch, we have been hard at work improving its load time. Today, we’re proud to announce two updates that will make both the +1 button and the page loading it, faster.
First, we’ve begun to roll out out a set of changes that will make the button render up to 3x faster on your site. No action is required on your part, so just sit back, relax, and watch as the button loads more quickly than before.
[edited by: engine at 5:20 pm (utc) on Jul 27, 2011]
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Warmglow thats the problem with google +1 its never validates but does this create any problem?
1. To increment the +1 count, the visitor must have a Google account, must be logged in to their Google account and must have a public profile.
The +1 button code requires a script from Google's servers. You can include this script using either http:// or [,...] like this:
If your web page uses [,...] some browsers and verification tools will show an error when any assets on the page are called via [....] If your site serves pages via [,...] make sure that the +1 button code on those pages also uses [....] (In fact, it's fine to use https:// in the button code for all pages, even if they are only served via [.)<...]