Tracks the unused CSS selectors in your application
CSS Tracker is used to track all CSS styles in your application. CSS Tracker gets the detailed information about all the unused/used styles in the application. It's a easy to use extension for every front end developer to clean up their code. Once you start tracking, the entire application will track every click or navigation in the application and gets the filtered styles. Tracking will be done till you stop it manually. View percentage of unused styles in the application. Developer can view their individual file/page specific results by clicking the "Show Results" button in the popup. If wants to start tracking from beginning, clear all your results and begin tracking from starting. CSS Tracker segregates the end result with file specific used/unused styles count. You can check an individual file/CSS style whether used/unused in your application using the filter provided in the results page. Make sure refreshing the page whenever starting tracking. Logos for CSS Tracker were designed using : https://logomakr.com and https://www.designevo.com/
- (2021-06-21) MyBeStaff. com: Esattamente ciò che mi serviva!
- (2021-02-06) Mike McKee: Tried it on Ubuntu Linux with Chromium and it just kept telling me to please wait. I was using it against a local website that I hosted on a me.com website (locally, I edited my /etc/hosts with a me.com to 127.0.0.1). So, it doesn't work for this developer kind of condition.
- (2020-04-09) Facu Perez: Is there any way to export the CSS with only the selectors used? otherwise I don't know what to do with the list of more than 1K selectors that are not used.
- (2019-11-19) P N: Working!
- (2019-07-12) Jacqueline Dyach: This is magical! I used it to clean up a bunch of old CSS- made it way easy. Thanks for a great extension!
- (2018-12-01) Mani Kanta: Very useful to find unused css classes..! Great Job...!