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jQuery plugin for extending the functionality of stylesheets. The current version allows a single prefix to be used for all browsers when working with rules that have vendor prefixes(i.e.CSS3), and gives you the ability to add non-css attributes to page elements from within a stylesheet(For SVG and the like).




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