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is there a way to find unneeded css and remove it?

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14 minutes ago, derricksrandomviews said:

Not a simple way. And if no Custom CSS has been added then there is technically no un-needed code there. 

thanks for the reply. in building my site, i added a lot of custom css... and then made changes rendering some of what i pasted in obsolete. i heard somewhere that unneeded css can impact seo (not much, i'm sure, but every little bit helps!)

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Not really, content does that more than anything else. Its easy to remove code but also easy to remove what you want to keep. What I do is copy snippets to wordpad, label where it came from, note what I thought it did for me if anything,  then I remove it if I think I don't want it.  If a change happens I don't want I paste it right back in. One has to be careful to copy it correctly and not miss anypart of it. That has happened to me. For example, I added code to make snow fall on my site for the Christmas Holidays, It worked for most pages but broke one page and I had to use a different code. It was a lot of code for that page.  I goofed up  when I removed it from the site. I deleted the last line of code for another effect. Took me awhile to repair that mistake.  

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