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    Maybe like all of you guys already have this one, but since I didn’t see it here I’d like to share it anyway. It’s called ‘Dust-Me selectors’, and it’s a nice little tool that browses through the CSS of the website you are currently viewing and returns which CSS parts are left unused. I often find myself tweaking around and debugging with CSS (which creates a lot of code mess) but I always kind of forget to 100% clean up the code afterwards. This tool helps me a lot to locate the obsolete parts.
    A link is here:
    Oh and it’s from Sitepoint by the way

    Rob MacKay

    Thanks for the link – thats something I will be giving a go :)


    Sweeet. I’ll definitely be dropping this on some of the sites I’ve inherited. I hate having a 1000+ line CSS file for a simple blog… *shakes fist*


    Very nice, thank you.


    Pretty neat,

    Will definatly give it a go, I also find repeating myself in css files.
    Thanks for the share

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