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How style-m.css and style-l.css files are generated in Magento2?

In theory style-m.css should have less code and to have styles only for mobile devices than style-l.css in order to load on mobile devices faster.

How you define in less file if part of code should be part of style-m.css or style-l.css?

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How style-m.css and style-l.css files are generated in Magento2?

In theory style-m.css should have less code and to have styles only for mobile devices than style-l.css in order to load on mobile devices faster.

How you define in less file if part of code should be part of style-m.css or style-l.css?

The following links and source code didn't help me to understand it.

Resources:

How style-m.css and style-l.css files are generated in Magento2?

In theory style-m.css should have less code and to have styles only for mobile devices than style-l.css in order to load on mobile devices faster.

How you define in less file if part of code should be part of style-m.css or style-l.css?

The following links and source code didn't help me to understand it.

Resources:

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Magento 2: style-m.css vs style-l.css

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style-m.css vs style-l.css

How style-m.css and style-l.css files are generated in Magento2?

In theory style-m.css should have less code and to have styles only for mobile devices than style-l.css in order to load on mobile devices faster.

How you define in less file if part of code should be part of style-m.css or style-l.css?

The following links and source code didn't help me to understand it.

Resources: