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    Quote Originally Posted by cooper.semantics View Post
    Wanted to give you some actual figures
    And tnx for that .... interesting links
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomme poes View Post
    I still start off with
    * {margin: 0;}

    but thats because it saves ME a lot of time... all those margin: 0's I don't need to write for everything else : )
    Nothing wrong with that: like a lot of things there are several ways to do something in CSS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cooper.semantics View Post
    It all depends on the scale of the site.

    FYI:
    http://stevesouders.com/efws/css-sel.../csscreate.php
    *Pretty Neat
    Yes I bought the Steve Souders book and it's an interesting read. As mentioned IE performs fairly ok until it hits a wall and then it slows right down. On most small sites the differences would not really be noticeable but on large sites performance can be increased by following his rules.

    However as pointed out by others there are more important considerations that should be done first and will give greater benefits. Some people are cutting theirs css down to a minimum of 20k yet their logo is about 250k and they could have optimised it by 20 times without loss of noticeable quality.

    I liked the part in the book about how bad IE expressions were for performance and utilised his run once expression in my demo.



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