dole 0

I'm new into web pages design and I've built my webapp using a css file from a tutorial. I did some manual cleaning of that css, in order to remove what wasn't useful anymore for my design( i hope), but now I'm interesed to know if is there an automatic way of doing it( a profiler, an optimizator ) any software which can notify me that my css file isn't so good written.

Any suggestions (link, site, app)?

PS: At this moment, all I know about is YSlow

2 answers

danwellman 5600

There is a firefox plugin called Dust-Me Selectors which can spider your site and highlight any selectors in your CSS that are not being used, which can help cut out unecessary bloat

Answered over 8 years ago by danwellman
kemie 247

Another useful app is Stylizer, which upon opening a css file validates it and points out any errors.

Answered over 8 years ago by kemie