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Why you need to compress your CSS files?

Comment by compzets
about CSS Compressor and Minifier · Feb 2013 · Helpful Not helpful

Your CSS file may have many unwanted white-spaces, semi-colons, repetitive declarations etc. which increase your css file size in some kilobyte. So, if you compress your css file you can get rid of these extra unwanted things and your css file loading time can noticeably decrease and your web site will load faster than before.

For more benefits, you can visit CSS Compressor and Minifier, it has a complete doc of all the benefits and workouts.

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