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I am happy to announce the first of my, of what I hope will be many, online tools.

I’ve used various tools over the years for compressing CSS, but many miss a trick here or there. Or will simply be so over-eager that they break the nicely validated code. In the end I would manually compress it using a search & replace tool.

Of course, it’s a lot easier to get a script to do it all for you so step forward my new CSS Compressor.

Simply upload the file and decide whether you want to remove comments or not (this can sometimes cause some browser compatibility “tweaks” to stop working, hence the option) and that’s it. The output is displayed and you just need to cut and paste it.