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CSS cpan:WARRINGD last updated on 2020-03-01

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NAME

CSS

SYNOPSIS

use CSS;
use CSS::Properties;
use CSS::Units :px; # define 'px' postfix operator
use CSS::TagSet::XHTML;
use LibXML::Document;

my $string = q:to<\_(ツ)_/>;
  <!DOCTYPE html>
  <html>
    <head>
      <style>
        body {background-color: powderblue; font-size: 12pt}
        @media screen { h1:first-child {color: blue !important;} }
        @media print { h2 {color: green;} }
        p    {color: red;}
        div {font-size: 10pt }
      </style>
    </head>
    <body>
      <h1>This is a heading</h1>
      <h2>This is a sub-heading</h2>
      <h1>This is another heading</h1>
      <p>This is a paragraph.</p>
      <div style="color:green">This is a div</div>
    </body>
  </html>
\_(ツ)_/

my LibXML::Document $doc .= parse: :$string, :html;

# define our media (this is the default media anyway)
my CSS::Media $media .= new: :type<screen>, :width(480px), :height(640px), :color;

# Create a tag-set for XHTML specific loading of stylesheets and styling
my CSS::TagSet::XHTML $tag-set .= new();

my CSS $css .= new: :$doc, :$tag-set, :$media, :inherit;

# show some computed styles, based on CSS Selectors, media, inline styles and xhtml tags

my CSS::Properties $body-props = $css.style('/html/body');
say $body-props.font-size; # 12pt
say $body-props;           # background-color:powderblue; display:block; font-size:12pt; margin:8px; unicode-bidi:embed;
say $css.style('/html/body/h1[1]');
# color:blue; display:block; font-size:12pt; font-weight:bolder; margin-bottom:0.67em; margin-top:0.67em; unicode-bidi:embed;
say $css.style('/html/body/div');

# color:green; display:block; font-size:10pt; unicode-bidi:embed;
say $css.style($doc.first('/html/body/div'));
# color:green; display:block; font-size:10pt; unicode-bidi:embed;

DESCRIPTION

CSS is a module for parsing stylesheets and applying them to HTML or XML documents.

This module aims to be W3C compliant and complete, including: stylesheets, media specific and inline styling and the application of HTML specific styling (based on tags and attributes).

METHODS

Also uses the existing CSS::Properties module.

CLASSES

SEE ALSO

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