An Event Apart: CSS Best Practices
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In her Our Best Practices Are Killing Us presentation at An Event Apart in Minneapolis MN, Nicole Sullivan walked through common CSS best practices that have outlived their usefulness and what we can do instead to improve CSS performance and maintenance long term. Here's my notes from her talk:
Problems with CSS
- Performance is an important part of the Web experience, with poor performance people engage less, use the site less, etc. CSS on many sites is responsible for poor performance.
- Facebook had
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