@import is a good practice?

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  1. johnny.dacu

    johnny.dacu New Member

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    I know that one technique is to include some css files on main one with @import.
    Isn't this a bad practice? Because with @import browser still makes the request, and if the main is blank then you could endup with n+1 requests.
     
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    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Could not get you. Do you mean other ways of doing apart from import would mean it will not do the request?
     
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    johnny.dacu New Member

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    It was a question... I just said (but i'm waiting for someone to tell me is i'm right): when you have three css files and use anoter one to import all of them, this will endup with 4 requests (main plus other three) or is just the main (1 request)
     
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    The total number of requests would be same as number of files.
     

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