Remove unused CSS
Removing unnecessary code will make your website load faster because the browser will request and parse less code. In this tutorial, we’ll explore PurgeCSS, a tool for removing unused CSS code. With PurgeCSS as a part of our development workflow, we can easily remove unused CSS, resulting in smaller CSS files and improving our application overall. Let's get started!
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