Posts Tagged ‘website speed’

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are files that control the visual appearance of your website. These files are used to control the font size, font color, background color, background images, many other attributes. Although they do function as a way to layout a site, they also reduce the size, clutter, and load time of your pages. When someone excludes the CSS from a website, they in turn have to use HTML to adjust their layout. Eventually the excessive code may become hard to look through and it becomes tedious to make website changes. Below I will discuss the main points of using CSS.


Tables are another element that CSS can eliminate. Designers use tables to layout/arrange their text and graphics. Without CSS, a webpage can become teeming with tables nested inside other tables. A large webpage with many tables will load slower than the same page without them.


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