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We want to reduce the load time on our website. One of the suggestions from Google Analytics is to Minify the js and css. I was wondering what would be the best way to go about it. I am using ASP.NET 4.0 as the development framework and Visual Studio 2013 as the IDE.
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http://vswebessentials.com/

Automatically creates minified versions
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YOU CAN USE SOME CSS AND JS COMPRESSORS

THEY ARE AVAILABLE FREE . YOU CAN USE THE ONE FROM YAHOO
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you can try this free online service to minify javascript  and minify css, so it will reduce the size of web page.
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