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CSS Optimization: Make Your Sites Load Faster for Free

While a lot of people are out to optimize their sites/blogs, most everyone seems to skip over CSS.

I have been spending some time looking at CSS Optimization tools today. I wanted something free, online, and easy to use. And of course, something that worked. There are actually quite a few websites that fit the bill, and some of them are easier to use, produce more friendly code, and others are a bit harder to use, but can produce amazing results.

I tested the CSS Optimizer, Icey’s CSS Compressor, Flumpcakes CSS Optimiser, and CleanCSS to see which one could compress some default CSS files from popular websites the best.

I chose six sites:

  • Digg.com – poster boy of web 2.0, and a nice looking design to boot.
  • Slashdot – poster boy of ‘yesterday’. Moved into CSS relatively late, but still serving up a lot of pageviews.
  • Filmsy – a blog part of the BloggyNetwork, I think it has a very nice design
  • iBegin – nice local search engine I was using while in Toronto
  • Download.com – one of the most popular sites to go CSS
  • ESPN – a totally non-tech demographic, and also had a very publicized shift to CSS

CSS optimizers do a variety of voodoo magic to get the end result. This includes merging similar classes, removing useless properties, removing whitespace, and so forth. This can lead to code that is not very easily read by you or I, but for larger CSS files, it can condense the file size so much that it really makes a big difference in page loading times.

Many broadband users might not think this matters much, as most websites seem to load fast for them, but if each site you went to loaded even 10% faster, think of all the time it could save you over the course of a week, a month or even a year. The bandwidth savings for the website operator can also be immense. I would recommend that you always keep a copy of your human readable CSS code so that if you ever need to make any changes it does not take you a long time to figure out what you need to change, and then you can re-optimize it.

The Results
I ran all these tests with the tools being on their default settings.This might not have given them all equal footing, but I think it is how most of us will use them because we don’t know what options to turn on or off, and some tools did not have specialty options that could be turned on or off.

Digg was our first guinea pig. Before optimization Digg.com’s main CSS file was 30.56 KB.

Site After Reduction
CSS Optimizer 25.74 KB 9.89% (failed: moves Popular stories and upcoming stories tabs next to Technology header and messes up Digg Home button)
Icey CSS Compressor 16.69 KB 45.39% (failed: changes padding/margins on some items. Spaces things out more)
Flumpcakes CSS Optimiser 28.26 KB 5% (failed: Messes up Digg Home button)
CleanCSS 26.038 KB 16.8%

Slashdot recent redesign resulted in a CSS file of 19.1 kilobytes large. The CSS optimizers still delivered, shrinking the filesize quite a bit.

Site After Reduction
CSS Optimizer 15.01 KB 21.38%
Icey CSS Compressor 9.68 KB 49.38%
Flumpcakes CSS Optimiser 16.9 KB 11%
CleanCSS 15.234 KB 22.1%

Filmsy was next. This one had the smallest CSS file, clocking in at only 11.39 KB. Nevertheless, we achieved compression of almost 50%!

Site After Reduction
CSS Optimizer 9.25 KB 18.85%
Icey CSS Compressor 6.03 KB 47.08%
Flumpcakes CSS Optimiser 9.4 KB 17%
CleanCSS 8.27 KB 29.1%

Next up is iBegin Toronto. A nice search engine, its CSS file was 22.79 kb

Site After Reduction
CSS Optimizer 16.17 KB 29.04% (failed: font-size got larger)
Icey CSS Compressor 10.04 KB 55.95%
Flumpcakes CSS Optimiser 19.28 KB 12% (failed: font-size got larger)
CleanCSS 17.134 KB 26.6% (failed: font-size got larger)

Second to last came Download.com. The move to CSS-P made a lot of noise, and we thought it would be interesting to see what benefits a large company could get. The CSS file itself was a 54.2 kb, largest of all sites we tested.

Site After Reduction
CSS Optimizer 17.36 KB 32.39% (failed: Fonts and Padding on elements change)
Icey CSS Compressor 54.3 KB 0%
Flumpcakes CSS Optimiser 20.0 KB 17% (failed: Fonts and Padding on elements change)
CleanCSS 45.699 KB 17.8%

Last up came ESPN. Alongwith Download.com, these two sites are the most mentioned when it comes to the viability of CSS on large-scale websites. ESPN’s CSS clocked in at 25.68 kb.

Site After Reduction
CSS Optimizer 17.36 KB 32.39% (failed: Fonts and Padding on elements change)
Icey CSS Compressor 7.74 KB 69.84%
Flumpcakes CSS Optimiser 20.0 KB 17% (failed: Fonts and Padding on elements change)
CleanCSS 18.944 KB 27.9%

Condensed Table

Site CSS Optimiser Icey Compressor Flumpcakes Clean CSS
Digg.com failed failed failed 16.8%
Slashdot 17.45% 51.21% 9% 21.9%
Filmsy 18.85% 47.08% 17% 29.1%
iBegin failed 55.95% failed failed
Download.com failed 45.49% 0% 27.9%
ESPN failed 69.84% failed 27.9%
Average: 18.15% 53.91% 8.67% 24.18%

The clear winner here is Icey’s CSS Compressor, blowing away the rest. It even shows the compressed code with color coding, making it easier to see the changes they made and how its formatted. It also makes it easier to read that the output of most other tools.

In second place seems to be CleanCSS which is based on csstidy 1.1. It also shows syntax highlighting which makes it easy to understand. They also list the changes they made, and any errors they noticed.

In third comes CSS Optimizer which is one of the simplest of them all. It does not have the bells and whistles of the previous two, but is much nicer looking than our last place entrant, Flumpcakes CSS Optimiser.

Flumpcakes has a few more options than CSS Optimiser, but it does not have the same simple look. The results page in my personal opinion is ugly, and does not even tell the unit of measurement used for comparison.

Conclusions
CSS optimization is a very valid form of speeding up downloads without having to sacrifice much (just legibility). With the average dialup user downloading at 3kb/s, savings of just 10kb can mean the page loads a stunning 3 seconds faster. And just imagine ESPN with savings of almost 18kb. Multiple by the large traffic the site gets, and those are some real solid promotion-worthy savings. So while this may not be important whilst you use a broadband connection, just you wait until you go visit your grandparents.

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  1. Scott says: 8/17/2006

    Interesting article—great study. I thought for sure Clean CSS would come out on top. Thanks.

    Reply

  2. CISCO Software says: 8/17/2006

    Icey Didn’t work welll for me at all

    Maybe my code is junk

    Shoot the bunny

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  3. rhamej says: 8/17/2006

    I tested them in my site, and Icey Compressor was the worst actually.

    Reply

  4. John Stracke says: 8/17/2006

    This seems like a pretty minor win. If your CSS is in a separate file, you can have just one static file for the whole site, and it’ll be cached.

    Reply

  5. John Laur says: 8/17/2006

    I suppose this goes without saying but you can just use a tool like mod_gzip and get a 50-90% size reduction in your data transfer without having to wrestle with one of these tools — none of which actaully work 100%.

    Imagine trying to track down the source of a user’s bug report in the competely nasty output of one of these things and you’ll soon realize it’s no wonder none of these sites use it (and all of them support gzip and deflate mode transfers!)

    Reply

  6. Dave says: 8/17/2006

    We need tools that convert the CSS to run faster not just load faster. That is, the browser’s CSS engine would seem to process and render faster on certain CSS than other.

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  7. AhmedF says: 8/17/2006

    John – I would say that is a weak argument. GZip is a different beast from what this do. It would in fact act complimentary. A CSS optimizer tries to take voerlapping CSS definitions and merge them. GZip does nothing akin to it (not to mention that optimizing CSS increases server load by exactly nil).

    As for the results – interesting. Icey worked for the tester, but not for the commentators. Wanting to check it out – what sites did you guys find it fail on?

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  8. Keith says: 8/17/2006

    That’s a pretty good analysis there. I have not really thought by optimising CSS, it would really speed up web surfing.

    Perhaps, I would try it some days.

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  9. Peter Lord says: 8/17/2006

    I think a combination of css optimization plus gzip compression. As then you have optimized + compressed.

    http://www.websiteoptimization.com checks for gzip compression and gives a plus if it’s compressed.

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  10. earthquaking says: 8/17/2006

    You tested all tools with diferent css files…
    In his manner, how your testing can be considered a valid one?

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  11. Dennis Forbes says: 8/17/2006

    I shudder at the idea of a dial-up user visiting Digg — that site loads ultraslow on my high speed, and I average just under 10Mbps

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  12. cahoo says: 8/17/2006

    as a test, i tried ICEY tool in our project.

    results:

    given that most large CSS projects involve branching, child->parent, overwritting selectors, etc… this tool removes these so called ‘adundant’ selectors, shorthand margins/padding settings and breaks our page.

    i think your best bet is to write optimized CSS and gzip in the first place. leave this tool for developers who don’t know or write optimized CSS, so they can get an example view of their CSS using shorthand.

    i can see this tool *not* breaking flat/simple sites, but at that point, download speed shouldnt be an issue making this tool useless for simple and complex sites.

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  13. Jesse Brede says: 8/17/2006

    I tried ICEY Tool and had 0 success. It stripped out major necessary CSS and completely broke our site.

    http://www.blastro.com

    Granted, our css is a bit of a mess, but I thought the tools would be able to handle it. Any suggestions?

    Reply

  14. James says: 8/17/2006

    Ah, you left out a popular one:

    http://www.csstweak.com

    I love the interface, it’s simple, good results and it even has a dashboard widget!

    Reply

  15. Joe says: 8/17/2006

    Did you actually create a test scenario that would measure the impact on end users? No? I’m betting that all your optimisation is a complete waste of time.

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  16. JOhn says: 8/17/2006

    Or you could turn on deflate/gzip compression on the webserver and save bandwidth on the css,js,htm,xml,etc. files.

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  17. Jeff says: 8/17/2006

    Wow, there’s a lot of ignorance going on in these comments.

    CSS Optimization != Compression

    Get it through your thick heads, really. Optimization is the process of taking the CSS rules and combining them so that there are less rules and less redundancy.

    AFTER that step, you then reduce the css (spaces, etc) and finally, you can slap some GZIP on it.

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  18. stranh says: 8/17/2006

    i compared tested CSS optimisers with my boookmarks and one name immediately poped up… The one that does not even have a “normal” domain name – Icey. I knew it will win even before I read the article and now I am reading it broke someones page…

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  19. Ajay ) says: 8/17/2006

    Ran the top 3 on my site, and while CSS Compressor did do a good deal of compressing, the code was totally unreadable. It can probably be used as a final product, once your styling work is done.

    CleanCSS on the other hand has good options and that is something I will probably use to optimize the CSS. My pick.

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  20. Sapphire says: 8/17/2006

    Outputting my CSS into Icey Compressor, it slashed the weight of it by nearly half but in its slicing spree, it sacrificed a sizable chunk of superficial essentials. Clean CSS though less aggressive in compression inflicted no injury.

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  21. Andrew Breese says: 8/17/2006

    users on dial-up saving 3k on a page. thats not the focus or timesave I thought you’d see – and how many sites are really designed for dial-up these days?

    A little under-performing. However kudos to you for a well written article, and spending the time and effort.

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  22. spa says: 8/18/2006

    My first attempt with Icey’s broke my CSS layout quite a bit as someone above mentioned.

    So, I turned off the options under the “RULES” section and made sure that the “Output using smallest size” option was ticked.

    Although it didn’t optimize my CSS, just taking out all of the line brakes and white space formatting cut the size of my file in half.

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  23. Andreas says: 8/18/2006

    I love CSS Tidy, I use it to make final formatting to all my designs. A link to http://csstidy.sourceforge.net/ would be very appropiate, simply because the script version allows you to add automatic CSS optimizing to your site if wanted. A great tool, very much thanks to the simple but very useful template system!

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  24. Andreas says: 8/18/2006

    By the way, CSS Tidy 1.2 (a newer version than the CleanCSS site uses) is available here: http://cdburnerxp.se/cssparse/css_optimiser.php

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  25. Justin WIck says: 8/21/2006

    This article would be much more interesting if you also included a column showing how large the files were after gzipping. I disagree with other posts that seem to think this optimization is orthogonal to gzip compression, as it is clearly reducing the redundancy of the document, and thus its compressibility.

    Reply

  26. Adam says: 8/22/2006

    Maybe I’ve got it wrong, but your percentages seem to be a bit out of whack.

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  27. Aseed says: 8/22/2006

    Nice idea!
    merci

    Reply

  28. shackleton says: 8/31/2006

    for (x in document.write) { document.write(x);}

    just testing, sorry if this causes any inconvenience

    Reply

  29. andrew says: 9/3/2006

    very cool comparison, only downside is they all seem to mash the css up with no linebreaks.

    Reply

  30. DailyPlug.com - Free Website Promotion says: 9/20/2006

    Besides cleaning up the CSS file, you can also use file compression like mod_deflate for Apache. That will compress text files before sending them to the client.

    Reply

  31. --=vova=-- says: 9/29/2006

    css rulzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Reply

  32. ContentPop.com - Ally Barstow says: 10/3/2006

    The compression has really opened my eyes to trying this with some of my own websites.

    Reply

  33. Icey says: 12/1/2006

    Hi folks,

    I’ve fixed some major bugs in my css compressor, so hopefully it will work fine for everyone now.

    Information can be found here:

    http://iceyboard.no-ip.org/projects/css_compressor/

    Feel free to contact me if you find an incompatible site or have any suggestions/comments.

    Reply

  34. mushu says: 1/20/2007

    some of these strip away even valid CSS WTF ?

    ie

    you have one item with a border, it will remove the border and other important styles what a load of crap, it’s as if the optimizer has its own agenda i guess that’s how they sell their products,

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  35. zazou says: 3/8/2007

    Tried Icey and it compressed brilliantly – nearly 50% – but did give rise to one glitch in Firefox at it’s strongest setting, easily fixed.

    But the biggest problem was Safari on the Mac; even at the mildest setting it was as if the browser could not read the CSS at all.

    Anyone else com across this or an idea of why it might be the case?

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  36. Dirk Karl Maßat says: 3/9/2007

    CSS optimization is the process of minimizing your markup and CSS files for maximum speed. You can employ some of the same techniques to optimize CSS that you learned in Chapter 3, “HTML Optimization.” Whitespace removal, cutting comments, crunching color values, and embedding code with SSI are some of the techniques common to both CSS and HTML optimization. CSS gives you more flexibility than HTML or XHTML, however, because you can make up your own names and group rules together to save space.

    You’ll reap the greatest rewards by using CSS to transform your code into a more rule-based modus operandi. Converting old-style table/font layouts into XHTML/CSS-style code typically saves 25 to 50 percent off file sizes and gives you the benefits of adaptable structure and separate presentation. You can use layering and inheritance to save space and increase compatibility, and use shorthand properties to shrink your CSS code by up to 50 percent. This chapter gives you the tools you need to optimize your CSS.

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  100. sepl says: 11/18/2007

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  101. Travis says: 11/19/2007

    It is amazing how much CSS we leave in the .css file and then delete the style on the webpage and forget that it was in the .css file……
    thanks for reminding me to clean mine up!

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  102. Whatever-ishere says: 11/21/2007

    thanks for the GREAT post! Very useful…

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  103. Blackmoon says: 11/26/2007

    thanks for the article

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  110. Mini Storage says: 12/10/2007

    Thank you very much for this article

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  111. raffyman says: 2/4/2008

    It is amazing how much CSS we leave in the .css file and then delete the style on the webpage and forget that it was in the .css file……
    thanks for reminding me to clean mine up!

    Reply

  112. Jerome Lapointe says: 2/7/2008

    You get amazing compression from gzip… and run 0 risk of breaking any parts of the CSS. Even if I can cut down the weight by half with an optimizer… once compressed the real gain is 3 – 5 k. Of course, it’s not a technology thats available to everyone so optimizers may be useful to some…

    Like others have mentioned (like Dave)… I’m not sure about the premise… Make the file lighter is not that useful… I’d be more interested in having it be interpreted faster… which probably means that your selectors need to be more precise… adding weight to the overall file.

    That is a much more complicated process than cutting stuff out… I don’t think you can automate that all too well.

    Reply

  113. Rabin says: 2/8/2008

    Indeed a cool article. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!!

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  114. Matthias says: 2/8/2008

    Oh my god, so much spam…

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  115. Tapeten says: 2/9/2008

    If css it becomes faster by the compression why not? If it to be automated can do would be really good it.

    Reply

  116. vlad lauren says: 2/9/2008

    I tested them in my site, and Icey Compressor was the worst actually.

    Reply

  117. Amr says: 3/5/2008

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  118. abc0815 says: 3/27/2008

    thanks for the info. i did it by hand :)
    cheers

    Reply

  119. suraj says: 4/19/2008

    Well I like the way http://www.cssoptimiser.com gave me the output which grouped the css selectors according to there properties & no properties were repeated..which i feel is really awesome & is required..earlier i used to do exactly opposite but this changed my way of writing the css

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  120. suraj says: 4/19/2008

    well is there a way to find out how a browsers reads a css Eg. by alphabetical properties order, or some by some set of defined properties .. i mean if such documentation is available, the designers can try using those properties more than any other & then things will be smoother than anything else

    Reply

  121. Dresden says: 4/24/2008

    yes, CSS Otimiser is a great tool… thanks guy for the great article

    Reply

  122. film seyret says: 4/26/2008

    Thank you very much for this articl

    Reply

  123. sportnahrung says: 5/4/2008

    Granted, our css is a bit of a mess, but I thought the tools would be able to handle it. Any suggestions?

    Reply

  124. Tarik says: 5/10/2008

    The Digg web team has some explaining to do. Go Simple over Techy.

    Anyway, I thank you for the thorough case study. Very cool blog, pro.

    Reply

  125. Berker says: 5/14/2008

    I had some problems with my css. Thanks for the article!

    Reply

  126. moserw says: 6/28/2008

    Thanks for sharing useful information. This has really helped speed up my blog load time by shaving off nearly 2 min of the load time. Much appreciated.

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  129. rugs says: 7/10/2008

    It amazes me how many companies think that FLASH websites are ideal – wanting a website with fancy graphics and animation, and not having a clue how useless these websites are- very difficult to SEO (well, you can’t truly SEO them) and just bulky and difficult to use – not to mention the long loading times even on Broadband. CSS is definitely the way to go, in my opinion, and I’m still amazed by how many people have not fully realised its wonderful benefits.

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  130. Girokonten Extras says: 7/21/2008

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  131. sohbet says: 7/23/2008

    Get it through your thick heads, really. Optimization is the process of taking the CSS rules and combining them so that there are less rules and less redundancy

    Reply

  132. Анна says: 7/27/2008

    Кстати это все придумали порядка лет 10 назад , а то и больше.:

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  133. rugs says: 7/29/2008

    Hmmm… this is an incredibly helpful thing to know. I wasn’t aware of the big place cleaner code took in optimising sites. I never gave a CSS optimiser any thought whatsoever. As being a writer who occassionally does SEO sites, this actually means that I’ve perhaps been selling some wrong things to clients. I never once thought to advise them on optimising their CSS. It just makes me realise that web design is probably not something I should be doing.

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  137. Fiyat says: 7/30/2008

    Fiyat has using some HTML code is okay. Thanks you.

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  147. Ron says: 10/13/2008

    Trying out Icey Compressor! Thanks for the advice! Will be tuning in more! :D

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  154. maggl says: 12/10/2008

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  158. seo consultant says: 1/6/2009

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  168. sohbet ) says: 1/24/2009

    Thank

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  169. laura says: 1/26/2009

    Thanks! Icey’s CSS Compressor did the best, taking my file from 189kb to 89k. It’s a terribly huge file spit out by the ancient CMS system I’m forced to use at work… trust me, the CSS I write myself is never over 10kb, but this thing is a monster and I didn’t want to deal with cleaning it up.

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  170. Ferienhäuser says: 2/8/2009

    Its pretty good. It worked for me!! Thanks.

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  171. Ferienhäuser says: 2/8/2009

    hanks! Icey’s CSS Compressor did the best, taking my file from 189kb to 89k. It’s a terribly huge file spit out by the ancient CMS system I’m forced to use at work… trust me, the CSS I write myself is never over 10kb, but this thing is a monster and I didn’t want to deal with cleaning it up.

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  172. re-nature says: 2/25/2009

    People use CSS2 all the time, and they even already use parts of WHATWG HTML5 (like the CANVAS element, or contentEditable).
    I do not believe that the W3C HTML WG will complete recommendation status by 2008; and neither do I believe that that WG shall be disbanded late 2011.
    Specification are usable before being finished but not before those parts are incorporated into User Agents, e.g., browsers. Safari, Mozilla and Opera (since they’re the copyright holders) may be the first to include HTML5 elements and attributes once they become stable, Right?

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  173. Ferienhaus inserieren says: 4/4/2009

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  174. K Irizawa says: 4/18/2009

    Didn’t thought of CSS optimization. Just read an article about Google crawling CSS pages, so this article was really relevant for me. Considering that some companies need to save some money on network it was nice to know optimizating CSS can help.

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  177. Jacky says: 5/5/2009

    I got the same error message with all of them:

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    Please correct the error below, and submit your template again.
    Your template could not be parsed as it is not well-formed. Please make sure all XML elements are closed properly.
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    It is a BLogger Blog with widgets and stuff. Maybe someone can tell me how to make it load faster?

    Thanks!
    Jacky

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  178. iddaa says: 5/8/2009

    very interesting, thanks for your article

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  179. event dresden fcc says: 5/14/2009

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  180. V.C ) says: 5/29/2009

    I was wondering If you could show me the website to optimize HTML code.

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  181. sohbet says: 6/12/2009

    Thanks for the theme. I will just still have to get a different header image.

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  182. Daniela says: 6/15/2009

    good article. Super! I’ll do similar post in my blog

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  183. Daniela says: 6/15/2009

    good article. I’m not so kind with css, but your article helped a lot.

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  185. cep says: 6/21/2009

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  186. altersvorsorge says: 7/7/2009

    Thank you for your tips regarding CSS optimization.

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  187. Thomas says: 7/20/2009

    Thank u for ur post :)

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  188. abmahnung says: 7/21/2009

    Very interesting article. Big Thanks to the author

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  189. Personalisierte Kinderbücher says: 7/22/2009

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  190. Andrezj says: 7/25/2009

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  194. tejas patel says: 8/16/2009

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  195. V.C ) says: 8/18/2009

    Interesting result.
    I tried many ways to compress css file on my site but I didn’t find any good.
    So I decided to compress by myself.

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  196. Tamer says: 8/23/2009

    I also hated using iframes. Thanks a lot for your article!

    Reply

  197. Fabrika Otomasyou says: 8/27/2009

    tnx for ur sharing

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  198. Fabrika Otomasyou says: 8/27/2009

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  199. Internetapotheke says: 8/28/2009

    Hi thanks for this information. Very useful for my internet project. I guess that the problem with the performance will be less important in the future. The trend of faster internet connection can be seen in many areas.

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  202. Tschai says: 11/18/2009

    Good comparison…thanks for the list.

    I am looking for a good tool to compress my CSS and will definitly use this post as a reference

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  203. Frank says: 4/24/2010

    Thanks for this review, great! This was exactely what I was looking for to make my sites faster.

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  204. HotCustard Web Design ) says: 4/27/2010

    Nice comparison, think i will give Icey a whirl and see how i get on. Surprised that so many were managing to break the CSS. Im currently serving mine through an asp.net resource handler which performs whitespace cleaning and compresses the file. No minification as such though.

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  205. Wolfcry044 ) says: 5/16/2010

    I just hand code my sites, so it’s as optimized as it can be. I think everyone doing a site should know how to code. 99.9 percent of the websites out there are crap because they weren’t done right.

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  206. Bonviva says: 5/20/2010

    Thanks for the list.
    Here are two mor CSS-Tools:

    CSS Compressor (http://www.cssdrive.com/index.php/main/csscompressor/)
    CSS Analyser (http://juicystudio.com/services/csstest.php)

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  207. Fedea says: 5/24/2010

    Perfect CSS optimizer
    http://www.optimizecss.com
    I recommend for all,i use it everytime

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  208. guncel blog says: 7/1/2010

    No minification as such though.

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  209. getpaidtotakesurveys says: 7/5/2010

    What are the some better ways to optimize CSS? Please suggest.

    Reply

  210. Webdesign says: 7/13/2010

    For a good website it’s really important that a page is loading fast. Thanks for that article!

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  211. Interior Design ) says: 7/31/2010

    I coded the css myself and thought it wud be the best . After reading your article a thought of trying the optimization came to my mind. The result was just a slight compression but cleancss and flumpcakes just increased the size . Its just good for new ones learning css.

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  212. Rohan I says: 8/4/2010

    I did not know that CSS optimization is a very valid form of speeding up downloads. Thanks for the info

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  214. Pamela says: 9/20/2010

    Really great post. Already made new css and back up the original. I will upload it tomorrow. I use iceyboard to compress.

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  216. Jocelyn Compoc ) says: 10/21/2010

    wow!!I don’t even know that.
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    Great tool buddy.
    Thanks for the tip.

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    Post is having good words. I will use css in my new site. Thank you.

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  223. haydar says: 1/30/2011

    thank you for your time for comparing different method for compressing or optimizing css and the resault it’s really amazing .
    Thank you again.

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  224. tütüne son says: 2/6/2011

    Thanks for this review, great! This was exactely what I was looking for to make my sites faster.

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  225. altın çilek form seti says: 2/8/2011

    What are the some better ways to optimize CSS? Please suggest.

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  226. tütünex says: 2/11/2011

    Post is having good words. I will use css in my new site. Thank you.

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  227. Stuart says: 2/17/2011

    Wow this is a great post with good research, I had never thought about CSS optimization in the way you describe, more so just to have it in an external file! Thanks for the recommends, I’m going to have a look at Icey’s CSS Compressor now :-)

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  231. Brenda says: 4/21/2011

    How to use the Iceyboard ?
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  232. Tamik ) says: 4/29/2011

    here is an online tool that does gzip compression of css and javascript files : http://www.zbugs.com

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  236. fantazi ayakkabı says: 5/28/2011

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  238. Fliesen says: 6/11/2011

    thanks for test, will try it out. My site runs tooooo slow, terrible!
    BR and thanks again.
    Greetings from Germany

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  239. Sticker says: 7/14/2011

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  240. Gesundheitsblog says: 9/19/2011

    Hi, that sounds quite interesting but I still experience a bunch of problems with IE users.
    CSS can`t displayed problerly!

    Thanks anyways!

    Cheers,
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  241. noteboox.de says: 9/21/2011

    nice tool, but after compress css get a bit confusingly, right?

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  242. Energie vergelijken says: 10/3/2011

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  243. Mein iPhone says: 10/4/2011

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  245. Seitensprung says: 10/19/2011

    Good written article! Thanks a lot for sharing yourt thoughts!

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  246. Mahdi says: 10/21/2011

    Don’t worry about how to write a css that works in all browsers.
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  247. Lukic Milos says: 10/24/2011

    My version of CSS Optimizer with tips and techniques.

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  250. lirix says: 11/20/2011

    We need tools that convert the CSS to run faster not just load faster. That is, the browser’s CSS engine would seem to process and render faster on certain CSS than other.

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  251. Greg Wallace says: 11/21/2011

    Great job on the testing. I know how hard it is to be thorough and fair when testing. You excelled and both. Saved me the time of testing myself:-)

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