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-Sweet. More that 50% reduction in this case. This can be easily automated or abstracted/shortened with an alias in your shell's configuration.+Sweet. More than 50% reduction in this case. This can be easily automated or abstracted/shortened with an alias in your shell's configuration.
  
 === HTML/CSS Integration === === HTML/CSS Integration ===
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 Let's say a website with 10 PNG UI elements is opened, the browser will get the html (request 1), interpret the html, load the stylesheet (request 2) and then go fetch the other assets (request 3-12) one by one. But each webserver has only a limited number of requests it can handle simultaneously. Let's say a website with 10 PNG UI elements is opened, the browser will get the html (request 1), interpret the html, load the stylesheet (request 2) and then go fetch the other assets (request 3-12) one by one. But each webserver has only a limited number of requests it can handle simultaneously.
  
-When you could put your assets directly into the stylesheet, each connection would only perform 2 instead of 12 requests. As a result, the webserver will be able to handle more than twice as many visitors before maxing out.+When you could put your assets directly into the stylesheet, each connection would only perform 2 instead of 12 requests. As a result, the same webserver will be able to handle more than twice as many visitors before maxing out.
  
-Additionally, more requests need more CPU, RAM, IO and therefore consume more power, not to mention the required bandwidth and power consumed in-transit by routers etc. This also applies to power constrained mobile devices like tables or smartphones where battery-runtime is everything. +Additionally, more requests need more CPU, RAM, IO and therefore consume more power, not to mention the required bandwidth and power consumed in-transit by routers etc. This also applies to power constrained mobile devices like tablets or smartphones where battery-runtime is everything. 
  
 In short, minding these issues will help with: In short, minding these issues will help with: