CSS Refactoring: Tune Your Style Sheets for Performance

Revisiting your code to remove redundancies and inconsistencies—known as refactoring—is a common practice when using programming languages, but it isn’t often applied to CSS. With this book, author Steve Lindstrom not only shows you how to structure your CSS to build a responsive, easy-to-use website, but also how to use refactoring tools to create faster, more readable CSS.Good CSS is essential to the look and feel of modern sites—as important as the HTML that dictates the site’s appearance and the JavaScript that runs the application. This book is ideal for seasoned front-end developers cleaning up an existing project, as well as those starting a new project for the first time.Discover why CSS is easy to learn but difficult to masterUnderstand the difference between good and bad CSSLearn about refactoring and how it relates to CSSExplore methods for executing a CSS refactoringLearn how to deal with browser inconsistenciesInvestigate common CSS antipatterns—and how to avoid themUse techniques for structuring a project's CSSRecognize when your CSS refactoring is successful

Author: Steve Lindstrom

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