New beginnings

It's been a while since the first commit of the website was pushed to GitHub, on the 26th of June 2015. Since that website launched, cssnano has grown bigger and better, and what was once a small site has ballooned from something easily accessible to something that was in need of a rework. So, as you can probably tell from this post, we decided to do just that.

We've added a new header with navigation links to the most important areas of the site; each page now has section headings with GitHub style anchor links, so that they can be easily linked to from other sites; and finally the documentation has been brought up to date to cover the most recent release. Going forward, this site will be easier to update as a lot of the pages are generated dynamically.

The site itself now uses Phenomic, a really great static site generator that uses React components; CSS syntax highlighting is provided by Midas, which is powered by PostCSS; and, we have also moved the location of the docs directly into the cssnano repository. This was done so that common elements that both the documentation and the main repository share are now in the same location. This allows us to do things like putting the changelog on the site!

If your company uses cssnano and would like to be added to the list of users displayed on the site, then please send us a pull request with your (preferably SVG) logo in 500x200 format in the assets directory, and add your details to users.json.

Thanks for reading.