As a website grows, you can find yourself with a ton of CSS that may or may not be needed. Cleaning this CSS is necessary to facilitate maintainability of your code. But how do you find unused CSS. A Firefox extension called Dust-Me Data does a decent job of doing that. Below is a screenshot show how many unused selectors there are from each source followed by a listing of each selector.
Most people think that to lose weight, you just need to consume less calories than what you use on a daily basis. Well, it turns out that that’s not enough and not true. Eating low calorie foods with high sugar content will still result in consuming more calories that what you think you’re consuming from reading the nutrition label because sugar, both the natural kind from fruits (glucose) and the other kind (fructose / high fructose corn syrup), will get converted to fat which will not only lead to obesity but also to many health problems. Unfortunately, most processed foods you can find all around you contain LOTS of sugar including hamburger buns, ketchup, barbecue sauce, and many other things that don’t taste very sweet. [..]
If you’re on Windows and you’re trying to delete a folder but you get an error like the following:
Folder In Use
The action can't be completed because the folder is open in another program
Close the folder and try again.
You can easily close / kill all processes / handles / DLLs that are using the folder by using a program called Unlocker. If Unlocker can’t find an processes in use, you can still have it delete the folder immediately or after a restart.