I’m using some version of Lanyon with some custom stuff. So, I had 4 CSS files:
Summing it up, ~22K. It’s not a lot, but, thinking about mobile 3G plans that are shit (like brazilian ones), why not save some bytes and requests?
So, I moved all those files to a
_scss subfolder, and changed their extensions to
.scss instead of
Then, in my
public/css folder, I created a
styles.scss like this one:
--- # Needed for jekyll... --- @import "poole"; @import "syntax"; @import "lanyon"; @import "carlos";
Also, I added the following section to my
sass: sass_dir: _scss style: :compressed
Finally, changed my
_includes/head.html to import only the new
<link rel="stylesheet" href="/public/css/styles.css">
And boom! It worked. With this, my previously four requests of ~22K went to one request with 12.8K!
Besides that, now I have all the power that Sass provides, in my blog, without any hacks. And it works on GitHub pages!