Learn about minification in this episode of Web Perfectionist 101. Billy Hoffman explains the importance of minification for web performance. Savings from streamlined, minified code supply browsers with all that they require for rendering the site, and removing whitespace or comment text creates an efficient code for your users’ browsers. Want to learn about minifcations specific to your site? Start your Rigor trial today! Watch below or click here.
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