joliett89 - 5:00 pm on Aug 15, 2011 (gmt 0) [edited by: alt131 at 6:26 pm (utc) on Aug 15, 2011]
Thank you for your answers so far.
I've been using Firebug, IE and Chrome Developer tools already. Chrome is good because it not only shows the code for particular elements on the website, but there is also a way to turn the rules on and off (checkboxes next to the code) in real time to see what effect it has on the website too.
Somebody also recommended [gtmetrix.com...] and "Minimize CSS" option, which strips about 15% of the code. I am not sure what kind of effect it has on the website though, because I dont have access to my own copy of the program right now.
The program itself consist of 126 tempalates that fall together to make a website. I know that I am gonna get rid of some of them and try to make the xhtml code as simple as possible before I start working on anything else.
Somebody also recommended erasing all the ids and classes and starting writing the website all over again, but I am not sure whether this solution is gonna work or not.
@lucy24 Can you tell me more about the "utilities" that I could use for this. I guess these would be programs that split the CSS code into smaller pieces? I never heard of anything like that before, but I am fairly new to this also.
@rocknbil I am using Notepad++ for this so it should be good for now.
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[edited by: alt131 at 6:26 pm (utc) on Aug 15, 2011]