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CSS Performance tips

css performance tips

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#1 SmartWeb


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Posted 18 June 2013 - 04:08 PM

1. Replace animations with CSS animations. Make use of libraries such as modernizr or yepnope to load fallbacks conditionally for browsers.
2. Make good use of functions, objects, and plugins, so that you avoid repeating code.
3. Declare your vars
You don’t actually need to declare vars but it’s a good practice to do so. Even if you want to use global scope vars, you can still redefine them locally to save time.

#2 spidergems


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Posted 30 April 2018 - 05:11 AM



I recently read about a OOCSS Architecture. I found it extremely helpful to keep the CSS code clean, tidy and maintainable.


OOCSS is a methodology of writing CSS proposed and popularized by Nicole Sullivan. If you people don't have heard about, you must learn about it immediately. It will change the way you write CSS.


I can share you a couple of blog posts or videos as resources if you want. 

#3 zegalogo


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Posted 08 June 2020 - 05:43 PM

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