These changes were limited to styles which specified ‘hero blocks’ with image backgrounds. I didn’t need a block with an aircraft in the background – I needed one with a camper van.
Now I could have simply renamed my images to match the existing assets, but when they are called something like ‘airplane_x500.png‘ I don’t think that’s a great idea. I certainly would not do it in code – create a class file called airplane.cs and implement a camper van inside it!
So, I needed to update the CSS – and herein lies the rub. The CSS file in question was minified (others did have the original version in the bundle – this one did not).
I could have contacted the designer and request the unminified asset but I really didn’t want to go through the hassle of this with no guarantee of receiving the file.
Enter Unminify.com, a simple website which does exactly what it says it’s going to to – take minified resources and reverse the minification process.
The UI is pretty simple and self explanatory – simply paste your minified text into the central text area….
… click the Unminify button …
Job Done 🙂