clears the junk out of your CSS
Tool for finding out which CSS selectors you’re NOT using.
By Peter Bengtsson, 2012-2013
With the onslaught of Twitter Bootstrap upon the world it’s very tempting to just download their whole fat 80+Kb CSS and serve it up even though you’re not using half of the HTML that it styles.
There’s also the case of websites that have changed over time but without the CSS getting the same amount of love refactoring. Then it’s very likely that you get CSS selectors that you’re no longer or never using.
This tool can help you get started reducing all those selectors that you’re not using.
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