Basically answering my own question, so that this maybe helps others that came across this.
So after doing more research, I found out that by reusable CSS:
"There are some significant shortcomings that makes CSS difficult for reusability, modularity, and maintainability. Features like nested selectors can be tempting to use but lead to brittle, difficult to maintain code that doesn’t stand up well to changes in the HTML. There also isn’t a single standard to use when making organization decisions for your CSS. However there are some methodologies that are commonly used to organize CSS at scale.
If the parent element is in the correct position, you don't need to do anything to the child elements. They'll automatically be positioned within the parent element. If you position then and add top and left values to them, those values will be relative to the parent element, not the document.
What's the consensus on the security of using a webservice (asmx) for general database entry? Secure, not secure, better than using .NET SQLDatasource? Interested in feedback and if there's anything better that I can use.
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The test results told me to remove unused CSS so as to decrease the page loading time for the URL.
I was wondering if anyone would suggest me to remove the unused CSS and whether or not it would do any good to decrease the page loading time.
Any help in this regards would be greatly appreciated as I am trying to build an E-Commerce website with many such URLs and would implement that method if it's successful.