The CSS Minifier is a tool that minimizes the CSS code. In the past, people could only dream of a tool for minimizing CSS codes. There are many online tools available that can help you minify CSS. Many developers use CSS Minifier to optimize and reduce the size of their CSS codes. Merging all CSS files together into one file will also speed up download times.
Both gzipping and minification are techniques for reducing code size, but they serve very different purposes. .css files and .js files are optimized by both methods to reduce the size of the file and improve its network performance on browsers and servers.
During minification, whitespaces, comments, as well as non-required semicolons are removed, while the file's hex code length is minimized so it can be read and used by the browser the same way as the original.
In contrast, Gzipping finds all repeating strings and replaces them with pointers to the first instance of each string. Servers can directly perform Gzipping. Gzipping is automatically done on the server as soon as it is configured for it, so ongoing maintenance isn't required.
We provide a free, easily accessible tool that helps you reduce CSS size. It is as simple as pasting your CSS code into the text box and clicking the blue button that says "Submit". Within seconds, CSS Minifier will produce the results.
You can also upload up to 10 CSS files to minify in bulk.