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My image Incentify – If you have trouble seeing the good in getting things done, you might lose the motivation to get moving. Incentify hopes to solve that by allowing you to set tasks with corresponding motivational rewards. This app marries your to-do list with a rewards list to get you going. To get started, add a to-do list and list your things-to-do by clicking Add Tasks.

My image CSSResetr – Designing with CSS is a tricky business since you have to deal with different browser markups. CSS that may work with one browser may not work with others. To get around this, you should check out CSS Resetr. This simple design tool lets you preview and download clean, browser-neutral code that will serve as your foundation for your CSS design. Read more: CSSResetr: Preview & Download CSS Resets
My image Easyliz – Renting out your goods or services when you can is an excellent way to make some extra money. Often on the web you will find listings websites that let you list only a specific type of goods or service. But on EasyLiz, you can find and list any type of rentable goods and services.
My image EverytimeHQ – If you are a budding director, writer, graphic artist, photographer, or any creative type that relies on a surge of ideas, you should find a tool that allows you to capture these ideas and lay it out for you. EverytimeHQ is a brainstorming and bookmarking tool for people who need to spark creativity and find sources of inspiration online. Read more: EverytimeHQ: A Filmmaker Tool For Bookmarking & Brainstorming
My image Unused CSS – Do you have unused selectors in the CSS of your website? If you do, or if you are not sure, you can easily clean up those unused selectors using a website called Unused CSS, a free to use website that helps site owners clean up their CSS. You start by providing Unused CSS with your site’s URL. Then a web crawler follows the links on your website. Read more: Unused CSS: Clean Up Unused CSS

 

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  1. laboratory
    March 3, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    Unused CSS - do not understand how exactly does this tool work.

    I have one css file. On main page the tool shows some percentage of used/unused code. Than on the subpage i have different numbers. So I guess that different sites can use different amount of the same code file.

    So my question is - how based on this analytics can I determine what part of the css code is not used at all?

    Cheers.

    • Aibek
      March 4, 2011 at 1:15 pm

      the fact that different pages show different amount of unused code is normal. For instance here on MUO certain styling elemnts used on the homepage and not on the article pages. It very important that understand CSS when using tools like Unused CSS in order to understand what can be deleted.

  2. laboratory
    March 3, 2011 at 7:20 pm

    Unused CSS - do not understand how exactly does this tool work.

    I have one css file. On main page the tool shows some percentage of used/unused code. Than on the subpage i have different numbers. So I guess that different sites can use different amount of the same code file.

    So my question is - how based on this analytics can I determine what part of the css code is not used at all?

    Cheers.

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