@import," lots of guys say.
There are lots of shortcomings of using
@importwithin a stylesheet adds one more roundtrip to the overall download time of the page.
@importin IE causes the download order to be altered. This may cause stylesheets to take longer to download, which hinders progress rendering making the page feel slower.
Why does Drupal 7 use it?
I want to change the
@import rules to
<link> tags. How can I do this?