Please save all of your files in a folder just in case you ever need to edit them. Keep all the compressed files which we will make, in a separate folder such as a publish folder.
If you have a Blogger account just download your template from the box above the editor.
Decreasing page size will ultimately reduce load time and make your webpage more SEO friendly. The first step is to compress your CSS. I would recommend keeping one copy for later editing, and one copy for compression. Go to CSS drive, and select whichever options you want for compression (I recommend Super compact, and strip all comments). After you have submitted your CSS, either put it into an embedded style sheet, or use an external style sheet, whichever you prefer.
Lastly, we are going to compress our html. Go to Text Fixer and paste your entire html markup there. After it is compressed, you may paste it into the blogger editor, or into your webpage file. This will remove all comments, spaces etc. However, for editing purposes, I would still recommend keeping a separate copy in case you need to change your template.
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If you find any other good/better services, or have any questions or concerns, please leave a comment below! That’s it for part 1! I hope you have fun improving the load time and speed of your site or blog(s)! :>
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