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19 Jul, 9 tweets, 4 min read
7 Tools for structuring and optimizing your CSS.

CSS files formatting and optimization is no more a headache for web developers with the help of these hand-picked tools!

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1️⃣ CSS Optimizer

CSS Optimizer is an online tool to clean, optimize, and compress CSS code.

2️⃣ CSS Beautifier

Code Beautifier is based on CSS Tidy, the popular open-source CSS parser and optimizer. Enter your messy, minified, or obfuscated CSS Style Sheets into the field above to have them cleaned up and made pretty.

3️⃣ Styleneat

It organizes and standardizes your CSS - selectors, sub-selectors, and properties - in a structure that makes it easier to define page areas and see how they relate to each other.

4️⃣ Minifier

Make your website smaller and faster to load by minifying the JS and CSS code.
This minifier removes whitespace, strips comments, combines files, and optimizes a few common programming patterns.

5️⃣ CSS Lint

CSS Lint validates the syntax of your code against a set of predefined rules. By doing this, it detects potential inefficiencies and errors.

6️⃣ CSS Comb

CSScomb is a coding style formatter for CSS. You can easily write your own configuration to make your style sheets beautiful and consistent.

7️⃣ Dirty Markup

Dirty Markup does precisely the opposite of the minifiers: it takes whatever code you feed it and cleans it, making it easy to read –as long as it is valid CSS code.

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