Kuv tau hla tus poj ncej today at Attackr.com that spoke to cleaning up your CSS. Cascading Style Sheets are an incredible advantage to optimizing and designing your website because it separates the visual layer of your site from the actual HTML or the code behind your site. A style sheet is read by the browser, so I'm sure that there are huge advantages for high-traffic websites, since processing all the visuals of your page is left to the browser instead of the server.
CSS also allows you to do visual changes ‘on the fly' to your site without modifying HTML or your back-end files. So… changing your user interface doesn't require rebuilding your application, you simply post the new CSS file. CSS 2 even takes it a step further… offering many more visual enhancements, including actual textual changes.
Cuab tam kuv siv niaj hnub no yog CSSTidy. I downloaded the application version, which has a command-line interface. It not only cut down the size of my file, it also organized my style sheet to make it very simple to read. It's a very nice little application! As well, there's an online version now if you don't wish to download an app.
Lwm yam kev pab:
- CSSTidy's CSS Kev Dag Nyiaj
- tus Zen ntawm CSS tus qauv - phau ntawv raws li lub vev xaib muaj npe nrov CSS Zen Vaj.
- StyleMaster - los ntawm WestCiv, qhov no yog CSS cov txheej txheem muaj zog heev. Lub vev xaib muaj qee cov lus qhia zoo ib yam!
- W3Schools nyob rau CSS
- HTMLHelp rau CSS
Please add your resources as well! I'm especially interested in CSS advancements, as well as browser support. I know that Firefox supports CSS2, but I've not heard much on IE7's support for CSS2.