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CSS Redundancy Checker

When you make changes to your website’s HTML files, it’s easy to forget to make the necessary changes in the CSS files as well. As a result, over time your CSS files become cluttered with CSS selectors you don’t use. While it usually doesn’t affect your website if your CSS contains unused files, it makes it easier to work with it and add to it when it’s nicely organized. If you want to clean up your CSS, the CSS checkers at Unused-CSS.com or code.google.com can help.

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