The CSS compression algorithm in Mini5 has been completely rewritten. It now uses a 2-pass CSS compression process, first compressed by the beautiful .NET port of Yahoo YUI Compressor, and then by Michael Ash’s enhancements to YUI. So you get a more efficient compression ratio and it won’t break your websites, like v1.1 did! (Obviously, the first time I tested Mini5, I did that on IK, and it broke the layout. Thanks to @HARIstotle_ and @mirnalini for quickly pointing it out!)
Wait. So v1.1 was simply.. wrong?
Um.. Not entirely, but in the case of complex CSS, it might pretty much mess up some important rules, as rightly pointed out by Domenic. So I decided to jump ship to YUI. And so everyone happily compressed their CSS happily ever after.
Great, any other changes?
- Overall code cleanup.
- Change-over to traditional icons for compatibility on Windows XP.
- About window changed to include credits with links.