How to minify CSS, JS, LESS, SASS?

Minify CSS, JS is very common task for website load time optimization.

Read this tutorial to minify your CSS, JS, SASS, LESS files on windows by “Koala”.

Step:1 Download it from http://koala-app.com/

Step:2 Open Koala (Start->Koala->Koala.exe”) and drag and drop your working folder in Koala like this:

Step-1 Drag and Drop Working Folder
Drag and Drop Working Folder

Step-3: Click “refresh” to see all CSS, JS, LESS, SASS files list

step-2-click-refresh-to-see-all-files
Step-4: Check “Original File” and “Compressed / Compressed File”. You can manually change it as per your requirement. Refer “Step-5” for this.

step-3-original-file-with-output-file-path
Step-5: Set “Output path” for compressed file.

step-4-right-click-on-file-to-set-output-path
Step-6: You can also check “Auto Compile” option to compile it at every single change.

step-5-select-compiler-as-per-requirement
Step-7: Set “Output path” for compressed file.

step-6-check-auto-compile
Step-8: Click on compile to create new minify file.

step-7-click-on-compile-to-minify-it

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8 Ways to Improve the Usability of Your Website

8 Ways to Improve the Usability of Your Website

Marketing isn’t just about driving traffic to a website. It also incorporates design and usability. Just think of Apple. Its computers …

Follow this 8 ways to improve your website usability with your visitors.

  1. Remove Extra Chatter
  2. Put Info where the most eyes are
  3. Maximize How web visitors read pages
  4. Quick load time
  5. Search Box size
  6. Page Layout
  7. Typography
  8. Links on site

For more details check below infographic:

 

8 Ways to Improve the Usability of Your Website
Courtesy of: Quick Sprout

Conclusion

If you are trying to grow your business, don’t just focus on increasing your traffic. By making your website and your product more usable, you’ll see a growth in your revenue. Also focus on how your website grow up. Focus on visitors behaviour, user spent time on your website etc.

Crazy Egg grew at a much faster pace than KISSmetrics, even though we did a better job marketing KISSmetrics.

Why? Because Crazy Egg was a more usable tool. Customers would email us saying, “I love Crazy Egg. It’s such a powerful yet easy to use tool!” This helped with word of mouth marketing, which significantly spurred the company’s growth.

In what other ways can you make your site more usable?