Ajax-ifying is easy

I’ve been struggling to add options and settings to the Headway-based WordPress site project I’m working on and part of that effort I’ve directed in making the whole site AJAX-able.
It turns out that the jQuery ajaxify plugin I’ve written in the process makes that particular result easy to obtain.
In an Headway child theme queue a script file and call it on the whole site like

    loadFromSelector: '.block-type-content .block-content',
    loadToSelector: '.block-type-content',
    excludeSelector: '.comment-reply-link, .cancel-comment-reply-link, .post-edit-link, .entry-comments',
    base: 'http://thehomeurl.com'

to load the new content into the Content block taking it from the loaded page Content block.
To refine the process queue the script in functions.php and localize its options in a JavaScript object like

// file functions.php

add_action('wp_enqueue_scripts', function(){
        // register ajaxify script
        wp_register_script( 'tad_ajaxify', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/js/vendor/ajaxify.min.js', array('jquery'), NULL , true );

        // queue the script above requiring ajaxify
        $handle = 'theme_ajaxify_start';
        wp_enqueue_script($handle , get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/js/theme_ajaxify_start.js', array('tad_ajaxify'), NULL , true );

        // localize the script options in the 'ajaxify_settings' array
        // in a traditional WordPress site selectors would be #main-content 
        // and #main
        $ajaxify_settings = array(
            'loadFromSelector' => '.block-type-content .block-content',
            'loadToSelector' => '.block-type-content',
            'excludeSelector' => '.comment-reply-link, .cancel-comment-reply-link, .post-edit-link, .entry-comments',
            'base' => home_url()
        wp_localize_script($handle, 'ajaxify_settings', $ajaxify_settings);

and then in the script

// file theme_ajaxify_start.js

jQuery(document).ready(function($) {

This should take care of it all; forms and their submit buttons will be left out but the ajaxifySubmit plugin should do the trick.

I appreciate your input