Do you know the word “minify”? It is a programming jargon used to describe the process of removing unnecessary characters from the source code of a website. These characters can be spaces, line breaks, explanatory comments: basically anything useful to humans, but useless to machines.
There are a large number of online tools that can shrink your files. Some are format-specific, others support JS, CSS and HTML. We will list the most popular of them below!
multitasking compression tool
htmlcompressor.com (HTML, CSS and JS)
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minifycode.com (HTML, CSS & JS)
It also includes 3 “beautify” tools that decompress minified code to make it more readable. Called “beautifiers,” these tools are the opposite of minification, which can also be very useful.
refresh-sf.com (HTML, CSS & JS)
css compression tool
CSS Minifier is also very easy to use. Simply paste your CSS and click the “Minimize” button to get the minified code. You can download the release code as a file, so you don’t need to copy and paste.
This online CSS compressor is fast and very easy to use. You can choose between 4 levels of compression, depending on how readable you want the compressed CSS to be.
It’s a minifier in which all you have to do is drag-and-drop your file. You can choose between downloading your minified file or copying it to your clipboard and then pasting it into its original file.
Csso is a tool offered by Google Developers for the purpose of compressing your CSS code. It’s interface is pleasant to use. It also allows you to “beautify” your code.
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HTML Compression Tools
This online HTML compression tool will save space in your HTML files and make them much smaller by removing line breaks in code, tab spaces, and replacing double spaces with spaces.
It is also possible not to compress the document header.
Copy and paste your document and this minifier will do the rest!
If you have some JS scripts in the document, you have the option to ask minifier to ignore them so that your page doesn’t break.
Both the tools have a really clean and easy-to-use user interface. If they don’t offer advanced options, these tools are suitable in most cases.
So here’s something to minify your code to improve your site speed!
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