404 error on custom.css and reset.css (can I rip out the php?)
I'm slowing improving my page speed with guidance from GTMetrix.
Before I rip out the calls to reset.css and custom.css in the header manually, is there a better fix for this 404 error?
I tried combining my master css and teal-black into one custom and got weirdness. Is the reset.css needed since I'm using Teal?
Avoid HTTP 404 (Not Found) error
Making an HTTP request and receiving a 404 (Not Found) error is expensive and degrades the user experience.