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PurgeCSS support

In Asset optimization, I think it could be worth adding an extra step for something like PurgeCSS.

It will navigate through html and css files on the “public” folder containing the generated site, remove unused css and then Bundle CSS will make a bundle.css file and it will be minified by Minify CSS step.

I have Hugo projects and it could be super handy for me (and for the bandwidth consumption, of course)

@aladagemre Welcome to the Netlify community.

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