CSS Compressor

2005-04-30 12:37 - Web

By way of del.icio.us, I found a simple but interesting tool called the CSS Compressor. Like I said a simple idea, but it can prove useful. There's quite a few bytes tied up in whitespace and comments, and that's what it aims to clean up.

It's open source, and I saw room for improvement, so I did! Here's my own CSS Compressor tool, written from scratch in a different language. It has a few advantages described there, notably that it's got options you can choose.

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