Table of Contents
- 7 What is the most efficient way of using CSS?
- 8 Why is CSS so hard?
- 9 How do I know what CSS is being used?
- 10 How do I know if I have unused CSS?
- 11 What are the biggest problems u have faced with CSS?
- 12 How good is frontend mentor?
- 13 Should I write HTML first or CSS?
- 14 How do I make my html look neat?
- 15 How do I make a good CSS StyleSheet?
- 16 How do I manage large files in CSS?
- 17 Where should I put CSS files?
- 18 How do I use multiple pages in one CSS file?
As for how to combine the JS files, this can simply be done by copy / pasting the code from one file into another. For example, once the code from FileA has been copied to FileB, FileA can be removed along with the call for this file within the HTML document.
Edit: To answer further No, there are no limits on the number of files, but most browsers can only have 2 connections (for a site) to a web server at any one time and thus will load your js 2 files at a time. The YSlow plugin for firefox will show you a graph of how your files are being downloaded.
You can open the JS files in Flare (in text view), and then check the Link Viewer pane to see if anything links to these files. If they’re RH files and not yours, then it’s safe to delete them.
- Find The Flab. Like any optimization technique, it helps to measure and figure out what parts are taking the longest.
- Eliminating Tedium.
- Cache Your Files.
How do I reduce the number of CSS files?
15 Ways to Optimize CSS and Reduce CSS File Size
- Use CSS Sprite.
- Combined all CSS files into single file.
- Make CSS as an external file.
- Always put CSS file in the header/top.
- Use Link instead of @import.
- Use CSS Shorthands.
- Group Similar Styles.
- Reduce The Number of Line Breaks.
What is the most efficient way of using CSS?
7 Important Tips for Writing Better CSS
- DRY. DRY stands for “Don’t Repeat Yourself”.
- Naming. Naming CSS selectors is another important point for writing better CSS.
- Don’t Use Inline-Styles.
- Avoid the !
- Use a Preprocessor.
- Use Shorthands.
- Add Comments When Necessary.
Why is CSS so hard?
CSS is hard because its properties interact, often in unexpected ways. Because when you set one of them, you’re never just setting that one thing. That one thing combines and bounces off of and contradicts with a dozen other things, including default things that you never actually set yourself.
Are CSS selectors slow?
Browsers will only ever get better at CSS parsing speeds, even mobile ones. You are very unlikely to ever notice slow CSS selectors on a websites but…
How do I know what CSS is being used?
Take a look at the right hand side, under the styles tab, you’ll see a list of all CSS rules, as well as the lines and files in which they are applied. Rules that are overridden are crossed out. You’ll probably find your border rule in there.
How do I know if I have unused CSS?
What is the biggest challenge in writing optimized HTML CSS?
Perhaps the main difficulty arises when using CSS for layouts. This is where you need some experience in how to structure your HTML in a way that makes CSS layouts practical. All too often people pile HTML into their pages almost randomly and then hope that CSS will get them out of a mess, which it often can’t do.
What are the biggest problems u have faced with CSS?
Five Challenges of CSS Front-End Development
- CSS float property.
- CSS position property.
- CSS3 flexbox (or flexible boxes)
- Adaptive layouts.
- Responsive CSS frameworks.
How good is frontend mentor?
Frontend Mentor is an awesome resource for developers looking to improve their front-end skills. Keep up the great work! Since I’ve started using Frontend mentor I felt my skills were improving project after project. I’ve started building newbie and junior projects, and today I’m in the hard/advanced level.
When writing your HTML and CSS which is the best order to use?
Generally: All markup first. I don’t usually see much benefit in having partially-styled content, since the styling rarely makes sense until everything can be tied together. 90% html first, then 90% css then the rest as together to fix everything up.
Should I write HTML first or CSS?
Yes, HTML should be written before CSS, however… You do NOT write all HTML on the page, and then go back to write the CSS. This would make it extremely difficult to clearly remember the sections as you build it out, even with proper spacing and comments.
How do I make my html look neat?
- 8 Best Practices to Write Clean HTML Code. Sergi Marquez.
- Give a f**k. Seriously.
- Indent. Indented code is easier to read, easier to understand, easier to modify, and easier to maintain.
- Just Be Consistent.
- Exterminate “Divitis”
- Avoid Comments.
- Class = “clear-name”
- Use Whitespace.
Which is the best practice in CSS implementation?
- Create it Readable. The readability of your CSS is necessary, although the general public overlooks its importance.
- Use Reset and Normalize CSS.
- Organize the Stylesheet.
- Combine CSS Elements.
- Use Appropriate Naming Convention.
- Always avoid inline styling.
- Always use External CSS.
- Shorthand CSS.
How do I make a good CSS StyleSheet?
How to Create a CSS External Style Sheet
- Start with an HTML file that contains an embedded style sheet, such as this one.
- Create a new file and save it as StyleSheet.
- Move all the CSS rules from the HTML file to the StyleSheet.
- Remove the style block from the HTML file.
- In the HTML file, add a link tag after the closing title tag that points to StyleSheet.
How do I manage large files in CSS?
- Don’t write headings in CSS.
- If you must write headings, have a TOC at the start of the file.
- Write comments with or within the rules, not outside the block.
- Split the page into components.
- Put rules with a cumulative effect on the same line.
- Never repeat a selector.
How do I organize my CSS code?
8 tips to keep CSS organized
- Always use SASS (or any CSS preprocessor)
- Write your HTML before your CSS.
- Organize your components using the BEM model.
- Don’t reference IDs in the CSS.
- Use Github’s CSS guidelines.
- Avoid using !
- Use bootstrap only when needed, (make sure you understand it before using it).
Where should I put CSS files?
One solution is put all the css file in root-directory/css , while quite a few websites use hierarchical directory like ‘/skin’ ‘/global’ etc. The others choose a quite differential way using links like http://sstatic.net/stackoverflow/all.css?v=5fc0e3026fcc (this is the stackoverflow way).
How do I use multiple pages in one CSS file?
basically you have two options:
- Put all CSS blocks into a single file and link it to all pages. For example: add this to all HTML pages, this single style.
- Put CSS blocks that are related to overall design in one file; add individual page-specific CSS rules into new files and link these to their respective pages.
How many CSS files should I have?
css file for your entire website. Generally, it is better to have one single . css file containing data for all pages for 2 reasons: You will allow browsers to cache .