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github-markdown-css - The minimal amount of CSS to replicate the GitHub Markdown style

Import the github-markdown.css file and add a markdown-body class to the container of your rendered Markdown and set a width for it. GitHub uses 980px width and 45px padding, and 15px padding for mobile.See generate-github-markdown-css for how it's generated and ability to generate your own.

nui - Style iOS apps with a stylesheet, similar to CSS

NUI is a drop-in UI kit for iOS that lets you style UI elements using a stylesheet, similar to CSS. It lets you style an entire app in minutes. Some exciting features are on the horizon, and contributions are very encouraged. Please see the FAQ.

gulp-autoprefixer - Prefix CSS

Issues with the output should be reported on the Autoprefixer issue tracker.Improve your JavaScript skills with this awesome ES6 course by Wes Bos. Try his free JavaScript 30 course for a taste of what to expect. You might also like his React & Sublime course.

sus - simple data-uri stylesheet generator

SUS parses your css source and generates two new CSS sources from it – a base source and a sprites source.The base source has all your original styles minus all background image defintions.

CSSOM - CSS Object Model implemented in pure JavaScript. It's also a parser!

CSSOM.js is a CSS parser written in pure JavaScript. It also a partial implementation of CSS Object Model. Works well in Google Chrome 6+, Safari 5+, Firefox 3.6+, Opera 10.63+. Doesn't work in IE < 9 because of unsupported getters/setters.

BizTalk Map Documenter

The BizTalk Map Documenter stylesheet transforms a BizTalk map into an HTML page that is much more "friendly" format to share with non-developers who need to understand the transformations (e.g. testers) and who may not have access to Visual Studio.

SharePoint 2013 Starter Stylesheet

This is a starter css to be used in the branding of a Sharepont 2013 publishing site, containing mainly the classes used for text styling.

parser-lib - Collection of parsers written in JavaScript

The ParserLib CSS parser is a CSS3 SAX-inspired parser written in JavaScript. It handles standard CSS syntax as well as validation (checking of property names and values) although it is not guaranteed to thoroughly validate all possible CSS properties.The CSS parser is built for a number of different JavaScript environments. The most recently released version of the parser can be found in the dist directory when you check out the repository; run npm run build to regenerate them from the latest sources.


jQuery plugin to extend functionality of css, alows a single prefix in multiple browsers for prefixed rules, non-css attribures added like css, etc.


SVG Style - jQuery plugin to manipulate with styles of SVG in runtime http://xvoland.github.io/jquery-plugin-svg-style/

node-term-css - style terminal output using CSS

Terminal CSS styling using node-css.term-css substitutes tokens with properties in the object passed, for example {name} will access { name: "tobi" }, whereas {labels.visits} will access { labels: { visits: 'Visits' } }.

InterfaCSS - The CSS-inspired styling and layout framework for iOS

InterfaCSS uses an easy to understand styling syntax that is based on the the familiar CSS styling language used on the web (augmented with some Sass/Less-like features, such as nested declarations and variables), which means that you (and your designer) will probably feel right at home. InterfaCSS supports a rich selector syntax (type, class and element id selectors, selector combinators, pseudo classes, etc) and property names are what you expect them to be - i.e. the same as in UIKit, and you can set things like fonts, colors, images, transform, insets, offsets, rects, enums and much, much more. InterfaCSS lets you define layouts based on values that depend on the position and size of other elements. Layouts are expressed directly in the stylesheet file, and the format is very easy to understand.

less-brunch - Adds LESS support to Brunch

Adds LESS support to brunch.Pass options as per lessc's documentation in your brunch-config, e.g. print source-file references in output by setting dumpLineNumbers.