Grunt task for base64 encoding images as data URIs in css files.
A grunt task for base64 encoding images in css
This task converts all image paths in css files with base64 encoded data-uri formatted strings.
Install this plugin with the command:
npm install grunt-encode-images
Add the task to your gruntFile.js:
gruntinitConfigencodeImages:build:files:expand: truecwd: 'build/css/'src: '**/phone.min.css'dest: 'build/css/';
flagged: exclude|include will include or exclude a file from encoding.
Add target to image path:
gruntinitConfigencodeImages:options:flagged: 'exclude'build:files:expand: truecwd: 'build/css/'src: '**/phone.min.css'dest: 'build/css/';
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