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All js script are loaded in footer in magento 1.9. I want them in head. Can Anyone let how to do this ?

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Who told you that the JS files are loaded in footer ? the JS files are declared and loaded from and in head.

Here is the native way how to include a JS file:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<layout version="0.1.0">
    <default>
        <reference name="head">
            <action method="addItem"><type>skin_js</type><name>js/script_name.js</name></action>
        </reference>
    </default>
</layout>
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  • In default its in head. but there is an script or something that pull the js in footer Mar 9, 2018 at 13:14
  • So if I decide to remove the footer from my website, there will be no JS that will be loaded ?
    – PЯINCƎ
    Mar 9, 2018 at 13:17
  • Do you use an extension for page-speed? We have an extension from amasty, that provides the function to move the javascript to the footer. Its not the default behavior of magento1 (but it can be positive regarding page-speed)
    – Mario
    Feb 18, 2022 at 11:40
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To add js in the head you can edit layout xml files where you want your scripts in the head.

Example in \app\design\frontend[your-theme]\default\layout\page.xml:

<layout version="0.1.0">
    <default translate="label" module="page">
        <block type="page/html" name="root" output="toHtml" template="page/2columns-left.phtml">
            <block type="page/html_head" name="head" as="head">
                <action method="addJs"><script>script.js</script></action>
                <action method="addItem"><type>js</type><name>script2.js</name></action>
                <action method="addItem"><type>skin_js</type><name>script3.js</name></action>
            </block>
        </block>
    </default>
</layout>

This are just some examples. Hope this helps.

Edit: I think you have a modified version of Magento 1.9 because in the default version all js are in the head.

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