Unused CSS finder

Crawl your website and find unused CSS

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#4 Product of the DayFebruary 16, 2018

Unused CSS finder crawls your website (following all the internal links), analyses all the pages and provides a list of unused css-selectors found in your stylesheets.

Reviews

  • Bernat Fortet UnanueExperience Designer, Yahoo Aviate
    Pros: 

    I've been meaning to find this for a while

    Cons: 

    could go a little bit beyond what it find out

    Keep up the good work

    Bernat Fortet Unanue has used this product for one day.
  • Dennis KargWeb- & Graphicdesigner at Vibrand Design
    Pros: 

    The idea is really usefull

    Cons: 

    Does not work on a page where I know that there are unused CSS classes.

    Are there any prerequisites to the web pages for it to work?

    Dennis Karg has used this product for one day.

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Srikanth Noah@srikanth_noah · Web Lover
Just tried it. Looks cool. Does it counts the unused elements in core css files? I mean default css files of Bootstrap and other frameworks?
AlexMaker@jitbit · Founder of Jitbit - a great helpdesk app
@srikanth_noah all css rules loaded, core, custom, even the tags on the page
John Alexander@johnalxndr · Growth @ shoflo
cool! found some 'unused selectors' on https://www.jitbit.com/unusedcss/ ;)
exex zian@exexzian · Software Engineer
curious to try this : just need to cross check - it doesn't make me remove css styles used *somewhere*
AlexMaker@jitbit · Founder of Jitbit - a great helpdesk app
@exexzian yes, exactly, it a selector is found on ANY of the pages crawled, it doesn't suggest to remove it
MarwannHiring@marwannas · CMO @ Hellojam
This is great! Only suggestion maybe: there should be an option to ignore some CSS files like Bootstrap/Glyphicons etc.
AlexMaker@jitbit · Founder of Jitbit - a great helpdesk app
@marwannas Noted! Thanks
Anjelica Jordan@angijordan · Tech Student
Will give it a try then