Find Unused or Redundant CSS Selectors
By on August 6th, 2009

If you work with stylesheets you will often find redundant selectors in your document. If you set about identifying them manually, it would take a lot of time and effort. Gladly, there is a web application that does this for you within seconds.

CSS Redundancy checker identifies the unused elements of your stylesheet. Simple specify the URL of your stylesheet and the URL of your HTML pages. The application will then search your stylesheet and find selectors that are not being used anywhere in those HTML pages. It is a very useful tool to clean a stylesheet.

It is also a good tool to identify which selectors are being used on which HTML pages. However, for that purpose you will have to try one HTML page at a time.

Author: Tehseen Baweja
Tehseen likes to write about Internet tools that make life easier. Check out his blog at Ijaar.com for more good stuff or follow him on Twitter @tehseenbaweja

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    hehehe this is good but for me this something like useless…you can’t see the codes unless it wont work…on the page i mean, right?

 
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