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5 CSS tips

css tips

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#1 DesGuru


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Posted 27 March 2013 - 12:30 AM

1. Use a good editor with auto-complete functionality and Syntax highlighting to maximize productivity. Notepad++, Coda, and Dreamweaver CS are all very good editors.
2. Whenever possible enable Gzip compression server-side; this shrinks the size of your files.
3. Caching conserves bandwidth for visitors resulting in faster speeds. So cache whenever possible.
4. Try using whitespace to format your CSS stylesheet. This adds bytes to the file size, but increases readability.
5. Avoid using inline code. Instead put the code in your external stylesheets.

#2 RajGawdi



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Posted 04 April 2018 - 09:42 AM



fullscreen slider on your homepage
Adding a slider on your homepage quically  makes your website attractive and sticky. You can use this area to display highlight stories or promote content that  your visitors to browse through other pages on your website
Text banner on the top of your site
Banners are useful to trending news or alerts at a glance. If you have an eCommerce website, this can be especially useful to reveal sales, discounts and promotions.
Insert a sidebar onto any pages
A sidebar  your website like no other element. You can drag & drop a variety of elements from slideshows, gallery, photos, text and videos, based on how you want to display your content. A sidebar can be used to display your top . It can also function as an area that shows the diversity of your site’s content.

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