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Just wondering, when you optimize the CSS files, is there a way to unoptimize it somehow without making a back-up?

 

Um, you mean on the site itself? I would say that simply keeping your left-hand column with the unoptimized version is going to be your best bet. You're copying it from somewhere, so that's going to already be a default backup for you as well.

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Um, you mean on the site itself? I would say that simply keeping your left-hand column with the unoptimized version is going to be your best bet. You're copying it from somewhere, so that's going to already be a default backup for you as well.

 

Huh what do you mean the left hand column? When you are copying and pasting on the css simplify site? I meant on my site's CSS file itself when I make the optimized changes to it.

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I meant on my site's CSS file itself when I make the optimized changes to it.

 

Then no. You should ALWAYS backup your site before making any changes, so just do a backup on your side first, then add your optimized CSS, and you'll be safe in case anything goes wrong.

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Then no. You should ALWAYS backup your site before making any changes, so just do a backup on your side first, then add your optimized CSS, and you'll be safe in case anything goes wrong.

 

Oh ok I figured. By the way, these optimized versions of CSS are guaranteed to work right? No stupid mistakes once in a while that might break the entire site? xD

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Nothing is ever guaranteed, lol. There's a pretty high chance that nothing is going to go wrong. It's mostly just taking out extra lines and spaces. You never know when something might not translate correctly, though, so better safe than sorry.

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To be perfectly honest, they probably got it cheap or couldn't get the .com. If it's common in their country to prefer .cc country codes or not seen as anything unusual, then there's no harm in having a .cc domain. I wouldn't be any more worried by that than a .com of it disappearing in a while.

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