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How to Remove Unused CSS

Reduce your CSS files more than 60% during your development workflow with Purgecss.

I have been searching for a while a tool that will allow me to clean my CSS from unused style.

Why was I looking for this kind of tool? Because nowadays almost every developer uses a lot of CSS frameworks and libraries to develop interfaces faster and easier…

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Luca Spezzano

Luca Spezzano

Frontend developer focused on CSS architecture of scalable and maintainable large scale projects and the development of amazing user interfaces.

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