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Notable PHP package: AMP Remove unused CSS

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Updated on: 2018-02-15

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AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is a initiative to make the Web user experience for mobile device users faster and smoother and overcome the limitations of bandwidth and latency that mobile networks have.

This package helps providing a better mobile user experience by reducing the need to load excessively large CSS style sheets removing unnecessary or unneeded CSS rules, thus making the necessary CSS rules faster to load and take less device CPU resources to process.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable PHP package works.


 



The package AMP Remove unused CSS is one of the few PHP packages that was considered notable recently because it does something that is worth paying attention.

The basic purpose is: Remove unused CSS rules for AMP pages

Here follows in more detail what it does:

This class can be used to take away unnecessary rules within the CSS fpr AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages).

All CSS in AMP pages is embedded inline, but some developers still use templates styles with lots of unnecessary CSS styles.

This class removes CSS rules that are not necessary or are not being used.

This process will not significantly reduce the final download size once compressed, but will add clarity to the code and will reduce the processor time, that it's useful in mobile devices.

Notable PHP packages can be often considered innovative. If this package is also innovative, it can be nominated to the PHP Innovation Award and the author may win prizes and recognition for sharing innovative packages.

If you also developed your own notable or innovative packages consider sharing them, so you can also earn more visibility for your package.



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