Keeping the CSS structure clear not only helps to keep the CSS file simple, but also facilitates future checks and changes.
#2. Keep it concise
PersistenceCodeIt is concise and can greatly reduce the size of CSS files.
#3. Padding vs. Margin
For browsers, margin is the most compatible attribute. Therefore, the padding attribute should be used whenever possible as long as conditions permit.
In the following example, a public class is defined to replace the same code used in different places: Color: Gray.
Adding a simple comment at a proper position not only helps you understand the code, but also helps others understand your code.
It is best to verify the created CSS file to help you find the errors in the file.
#7. Avoid using styles in XHTML
Do not use styles in XHTML code. This not only increases the size of webpage files, but also makes the code messy and complex.
Use standard IDs and class names that can be understood literally, not just code names.