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For instance, is it worth the time to go over code and eliminate the places where default values are written out anyway, like <table border=0 cellpadding=1 cellspacing=1>? Or how about eliminating the quotes around image names, which the major browsers don't really need even though it is proper HTML to include them?
It seems to me that I could really put my code on a big diet, but I'm not sure if there's enough return in it for the time it will take. For now I'm moving a lot of JS and CSS off the page and into their own files. But I will probably do some selective testing to get a further handle on this.
Does anyone have any experience here they can share?
As I said in a few other messages around here, I think that it matters to have variety for the algo's.