|i'm pretty new at css but...|
doesn't this make 3 classes with the same background?
why even have 3 of them
|How about a target number we can all agree on, then we can move this topic toward a debate on which classes should stay or which you would you prefer to stay.|
I think we all agree that it needs cutting down.
Personally i'd say 25, thats enough for customization and even adding your own classes will mean themes will run no slower then they already do.
My tf_b1u theme hits these speeds with its existing classes.
14.4K 37.11 seconds
28.8K 18.75 seconds
33.6K 16.13 seconds
56K 9.84 seconds
ISDN 128K 3.29 seconds
T1 1.44Mbps 0.65 seconds
I think thats good considering i'm running a CMS and i've still got 30 CSS classes.
Now according to www.websiteoptimization.com thats faster then this site is hitting using the same test, and i've always found this site to load fast.
You cant really compare the two because both sites are on different servers.
Try comparing your theme and the dragonfly theme both on the same site...
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