Re: Check existence of class names wrote:

> In my small experience it's relatively easy to subdivide a big
> CSS file into a set of files with hierarchic inclusions and use
> only the needed classes. The list of can help in doing so.

But would one want to do this ?  When a single CSS file is
referenced by multiple pages in a series, it is downloaded
once (for the first page) and cached thereafter (for all
subsequent pages|.  Dividing it into disjoint pieces would
inhibit such beneficial caching, would it not ?

** Phil.

Received on Wednesday, 18 August 2010 19:48:47 UTC