15 Smart Techniques to Optimize CSS

15 Smart Techniques to Optimize CSS

Writing a clean and optimized CSS requires a lot of practice and dedication. Since keeping your CSS optimized and small is not all about writing a neat and clean code, it’s useful specifically with large websites (more…)

CSS Sprites: Apply CSS Sprites to Reduce Your Server Load Time

CSS Sprites is a well established technique in web development. In this technique collection of images put into a single image and with CSS just the required part of the image is shown. Actually a web page with many images can take a long time to load and generates multiple server requests. Using image sprites will reduce the number of server requests and save bandwidth.

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8 Quick Fresh CSS Development Tools

As we know that CSS development is a major part of web design. however, it takes a significant amount of time and effort for a web designer to develop CSS from scratch.  But good thing is that There are many useful CSS tools available online which can speed up and simply your web development. So keeping this in mind, we’ve collected some fresh CSS development tools for you which surely improve your work-flow, give solution to time consuming task like creating css sprites and help to your entire CSS development.

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Useful CSS libraries and resources for Web Developers

Sometime it’s  hard for frontend developer to understand web libraries which is mostly written in JavaScript or backend languages. But there are few CSS libraries and resources which are extremely useful and make things easy to most frontend developers. In this article , I have collected useful CSS tools, resources and code libraries for web developers. In these libraries, all the codes are written in CSS-only and should not require any JavaScript to function.

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Learning LESS: The dynamic stylesheet language

LESS, the dynamic stylesheet language is a new paradigm in CSS. Here we’re going to start a series of articles that will focus on LESS, the dynamic language that will improve your CSS skills. Actually LESS extends CSS with dynamic behaviors, such as variables, mixins, operations and functions within your CSS. It’s extremely powerful and can dramatically speed up your development. There is a little bit of a learning curve to it, but once you wrap your head around it, you won’t type CSS again without using LESS. LESS runs on both the server-side  or client-side. (more…)