This is mostly related to code highlighting, but can be generalized to all code.
For example, in Jekyll the code highlighting css has selectors like
.ha, .hb. In Zola they’re more verbose (
z-function-call), and this implies bigger page size (I measured a 50+kb overhead for one of my articles).
The suggestion is to add an option which would
- Scan html templates to get classes and ids.
- Scan Sass/SCSS files to get classes, ids, and variables.
- Replace the selectors with minified auto-generated names.