I love to read CSS files. Its a great way to get inspired and see what other designers are doing with CSS. However, I hate it when the CSS file is all packed up together and hard to read. So, I recently wrote a simple C# application solves this problem. Tha application is called CSS File Spacer. It’s an application that reads a packed CSS file and unpacks it by adding line breaks to make the CSS file easier to read.
Below is a sample css that has been packed, making it hard to read:
You can simply use CSS File Spacer to add line breaks inside the CSS file by pointing to the file you wish to modify. The interface for CSS File Spacer looks like so:
Once you have ran CSS File Spacer, it will create a brand new output file for you with the proper line breaks to make the CSS easier to read. Here is a sample output of hte CSS file that was shown before:
The applicaiton is free to download and you can download it here.
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