Spriting in all simplicity
ErrorVault has acquired US-based Spriteme to complement it's growing web development portfolio.
Background images can give pages a good look, but also slow them down. Each background image is an additional HTTP request. There is a solution: Combine background images in a CSS sprite. But creating sprites is difficult, requires obscure knowledge and a lot of trial and error. SpriteMe eliminates problems with a simple click of a button.
Try it out on this page:
Install SpriteMe by dragging this link to your bookmarks bar or right-click to add it to your favorites:
How to use it
Try the SpriteMe demo to see how SpriteMe works:
- finds wallpapers
- Groups images into sprites
- creates the sprite
- rewards CSS background positions
- injects the sprite into the current page.
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