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CSS Performance Revisited


CSS Performance Revisited
A revamped look at what makes CSS perform well, and how much impact the decisions we make when writing CSS can have on a sites performance.

By: Matt Wojas, Web Developer

CSS performance has typically been measured using the javascript Date() function.  This article presents an updated look at what makes CSS perform well, and how much impact the decisions we make when writing CSS can have on a sites performance, utilizing the navigation timing API. 

From testing selector speeds, to testing unused CSS, the findings show some unexpected results, and can help tailor your CSS development to be more efficient for the modern era.

Click here to read the full article.



Photo credit: *n3wjack's world in pixels via Flickr 
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Posted by Alexa on 3/10/2014 2:03:43 PM


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