There are some debates within web design that have always split the community down the middle, everyone has there opinion about them, and both sides in there own way are correct for differing reasons. You know the kind of fiery debates – Fireworks v Photoshop and WordPress, Joomla or Drupal, to name just a couple.
Another debate, perhaps not as fiery as the other two we have mentioned, was recently asked on Design Reviver Answers, that question was: “Should you separate into separate files long CSS code?“. There are two sides to this question and both were recently discussed. What is your opinion?
You can leave a comment below or you can leave your solution on the original posted question on Answers.
Will Placing Long CSS Code Into Separate Files Increase or Decrease Browser Performance?
This question was originally asked by Autobots, as we have already mentioned, and you will find the favorite (as voted by Answers users) solution below:
Answer from Michael Mior:
Answer from Rubacode:
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