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The Typekit Blog | Now in Early Access: Serve web fonts without JavaScript
Typekit blog post about their new (Sept 17) css-only embed code
typekit  blog  css  fonts  fout  js  @import  type  webfonts  web  embed  code 
september 2017 by piperh
An Alternative to @import in WordPress Child Themes – Konstantin Kovshenin
We can drop the @import statement, and make good use of functions.php and the wp_enqueue_style() function.
wordpress  webdev  @import  css 
december 2014 by aldolat
Conditional includes - Google Groups
One way of generating multiple project-specific output stylesheets
sass  @import  scss  conditional  includes  from delicious
june 2013 by oli
don’t use @import | High Performance Web Sites
"[...] The bottomline is: use LINK instead of @import if you want stylesheets to download in parallel resulting in a faster page."
css  @import  import  performance  optimization  response  time  ie  issue  link 
september 2012 by ebouchut
Don’t use @import
An interesting in-depth look at including your stylesheets via @import versus using link.
CSS  @import  webdev  webdesign  development  tips  browser  optimization  performance  tip  design  web  mondaybynoon 
september 2011 by jchristopher
don’t use @import | High Performance Web Sites
In Chapter 5 of High Performance Web Sites, I briefly mention that @import has a negative impact on web page performance. I dug into this deeper for my talk at Web 2.0 Expo, creating several test pages and HTTP waterfall charts, all shown below. The bottomline is: use LINK instead of @import if you want stylesheets to download in parallel resulting in a faster page.
link  css  @import 
august 2011 by seydoggy

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