Using White Space For Readability In HTML And CSS

Right up front, I’ll offer some simple advice: In production, your code should be as performance-friendly as possible. This means, Gzip’ing, concatenating and minifying as many assets as possible, thus serving the smallest possible files and the least number of files. I don’t think anyone would argue that these suggestions aren’t best practices (even if we don’t implement them in every project).
Well-written, readable code doesn’t create mind games and labyrinths when other developers read it.

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Using White Space For Readability In HTML And CSS

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