Code Minifier
HTML, CSS and JavaScript

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Minifier Features

Minification is the process of deleting unneeded or redundant data without impacting how the resource is handled by the browser - for example, code comments and formatting, removing useless code, and so on.

Why minify HTML, CSS, and JavaScript?

Developers utilise space, comments, and well-named variables to make code and markup readable for themselves while generating HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (JS) files. It also benefits anyone who may work on the assets in the future. While this is advantageous during the creation process, it becomes detrimental when it comes to serving your pages. Web servers and browsers may interpret file content that lacks comments and well-structured code, both of which generate extra network traffic while offering little practical value.

To minify JS, CSS and HTML files, comments and excess spaces must be deleted, as well as variable names must be crunched to minimise code and file size. The minified file version delivers the same functionality while lowering network request bandwidth.

Shortens code

Removes useless code.

Optimizes performance

Less lines of code, less storage