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    css-what

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    A CSS selector parser.

    Example

    import * as CSSwhat from "css-what";
    
    CSSwhat.parse("foo[bar]:baz")
    
    ~> [
        [
            { type: "tag", name: "foo" },
            {
                type: "attribute",
                name: "bar",
                action: "exists",
                value: "",
                ignoreCase: null
            },
            { type: "pseudo", name: "baz", data: null }
        ]
    ]

    API

    CSSwhat.parse(selector) - Parses selector.

    The function returns a two-dimensional array. The first array represents selectors separated by commas (eg. sub1, sub2), the second contains the relevant tokens for that selector. Possible token types are:

    name properties example output
    tag name div { type: 'tag', name: 'div' }
    universal - * { type: 'universal' }
    pseudo name, data :name(data) { type: 'pseudo', name: 'name', data: 'data' }
    pseudo name, data :name { type: 'pseudo', name: 'name', data: null }
    pseudo-element name ::name { type: 'pseudo-element', name: 'name' }
    attribute name, action, value, ignoreCase [attr] { type: 'attribute', name: 'attr', action: 'exists', value: '', ignoreCase: false }
    attribute name, action, value, ignoreCase [attr=val] { type: 'attribute', name: 'attr', action: 'equals', value: 'val', ignoreCase: false }
    attribute name, action, value, ignoreCase [attr^=val] { type: 'attribute', name: 'attr', action: 'start', value: 'val', ignoreCase: false }
    attribute name, action, value, ignoreCase [attr$=val] { type: 'attribute', name: 'attr', action: 'end', value: 'val', ignoreCase: false }
    child - > { type: 'child' }
    parent - < { type: 'parent' }
    sibling - ~ { type: 'sibling' }
    adjacent - + { type: 'adjacent' }
    descendant - { type: 'descendant' }
    column-combinator - || { type: 'column-combinator' }

    CSSwhat.stringify(selector) - Turns selector back into a string.


    License: BSD-2-Clause

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    Install

    npm i css-what

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    Version

    6.1.0

    License

    BSD-2-Clause

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    66 kB

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