CSS Sprites are a collection of individual images that are combined into a single file image. The benefit of CSS Sprites is that they allow developers to combine multiple images into a single image and only show a specific a specific image, helping to reduce the number of server requests.
Combine Images using CSS Sprites
What are CSS Sprites?
Benefits of Combining Images Using CSS Sprites
Utilizing CSS Sprites provides several benefits. By creating a single request for multiple images, rather than individual requests for each image, it helps to reduce the number of server requests, saves bandwidth, and minimizes memory consumption as well. Web pages can consist of many images, buttons, icons, etc. Reducing the number of requests through CSS sprites is another effective trick to boost web page performance.
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