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CSS3 Click Chart

CSS3 Click Chart

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A new micro clearfix hack The clearfix hack is a popular way to contain floats without resorting to using presentational markup. This article presents an update to the clearfix method that further reduces the amount of CSS required. Demo: Micro clearfix hack Spring-cleaning Unused CSS With Grunt, Gulp, Broccoli or Brunch The tough economic times on Tatooine hit everyone hard, including the Jawas. Delivering a fast experience on the web usually involves reducing server response time, minification of CSS/JS/HTML and an optimisation of images and above-the-fold content. We can further minimize the latency caused by stylesheet loading by removing unused CSS rules delivered to the client. In this write-up, we’ll take a look at build tasks you can use to remove unused CSS in your pages. Before we begin, I thought it would be useful to share some success stories just to demonstrate that the tools here can be used to make a difference. Unused CSS is a particular problem when working with a heavy modern UI framework such as Twitter Bootstrap, Zurb Foundation or Adobe TopCoat.