On 12/1/16 at 11:47 PM, (unknown sender) pronounced:

On 11/25/16 3:48 PM, Venmore wrote:

What is the best way to do this within BBEdit please?

Coming back to this, Why?

CSS is taxt, and text is small. A single small graphic on a page is probably more data than all the CSS, so you're not saving anything by squishing it down to remove a few EOLs and maybe some spaces. Add to that that nearly all webservers compress the data and you're saving practically nothing, if anything at all.

Yup. The number of HTTP requests is a major factor in performance. The tool Google PageSpeed Insights is helpful.
https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/

Tools like webpack, gulp, or grunt automate static asset optimization.
https://webpack.github.io/

Google PageSpeed web server module, if your server supports it, can squeeze out every last drop of optimization of static assets when served.
https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/module/

--steve

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Steve Piercy, Soquel, CA

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