Potentially interesting stats on stylesheets
You must have node installed to run cssstats. If you don't have node installed yet grab it now: node.js
If you have git installed you can clone the repo.
git clone email@example.com:cssstats/cssstats.git cd cssstats npm install && npm start
Note: If you do not have a github account you will need to clone the repo with the https:// url
You can then open your browser to (http://localhost:3000) to see it running locally
If you want to edit css for your local application you can run
npm run css
This will regenerate base.min.css which is currently included in the head of the app.
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