If you want to improve CSS performance, these six tips will help you get started with building a better user experience.

CSS sits at the presentation layer of website design. If done right, it adds beauty for your users and the right feel to the HTML markup underneath. If not, it could result in a bad user experience and do a number on your website’s speed and performance.

In this article, you’ll learn how to avoid some common CSS coding decisions that will bog down your website. By the end, you’ll be able to speed up your website and improve the user experience — just what every developer yearns for!

We’ll cover these six CSS topics to improve your code and increase the performance of your website:

  1. Write simple selectors
  2. Avoid excessive animations
  3. Know when to animate expensive properties
  4. @import  statement
  5. Optimize your file sizes
  6. Avoid base64 bitmap images

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6 Tips for Improving CSS Performance
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