A simple module for adding default style definition within your HTML
A very simple module for creating a little bit of defaultcss. This is really useful if you are creating a small JS widget that you want to be completely stylable by the application implementer but would also like it to look "kind of ok" if someone want to have a quick play.
The provided css text is injected into the HTML document within the document
<head> prior to any other
<style> tags. This ensures that
any definitions that are made within your provided CSS have ample
opportunity to be overridden by user defined CSS.
var defaultcss = ;var crel = ;;documentbody;
Create a new default
style element and use the provided
generate an id for the element "%label%_defaultstyle". If an existing
element with that id is found, then do nothing.
If not, then create the new element and use the provided
innerText for th element.
Copyright (c) 2014, Damon Oehlman email@example.com
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