Ever wondered why people use min.css files?
The answer: SPEED SPEED SPEED!
No one likes a slow website and minifying your CSS and JS can boost your loading speed by a hefty margin if you have a lot of CSS or JS code.
Which brings me to a project I cooked up today. A
CSS Minifier written in PYTHON 3.
It's not the most elaborate one out there, but I just wanted to share it with the awesome folks here at Codecademy.
I'd love to hear your feedback.
Minifies your CSS.
Stores your Minified CSS File in your Python Directory.
Copies the Minified CSS File to your clipboard.
Note: The Copy to Clipboard code cannot work in Repl.It so uncomment it when you're in IDLE or the Python Console.