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CSS minifier

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a programming language used to define the appearance and layout of web content. Its used to specify things like the fonts, colors, and spacing of elements on a webpage. A CSS minifier is a tool that can take raw CSS code and remove unnecessary characters, such as whitespace, newline characters, and comments, to make the code smaller in size. This can be helpful if you want to reduce the size of your CSS files for faster loading times on the web. CSS minifiers are often used in combination with HTML and JavaScript minifiers, which can also reduce the size of these types of files. There are many CSS minifiers available online and as standalone software programs. Some text editors, such as Atom, also have the ability to minify CSS code.

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HTML minifier

Minify your HTML by removing all the unnecessary characters.

JS minifier

Minify your JS by removing all the unnecessary characters.