Plugin framework for CSS preprocessing
CSS manipulations built on
you to automate vendor prefixing, create your own properties, inline images,
anything you can imagine!
Please refer to
css for AST documentation
and to report parser/stringifier issues.
$ npm install rework
var rework = ;var pluginA = ;var pluginB = ;
Accepts a CSS string and returns a new
Rework instance. The
passed directly to
Use the given plugin
fn. A rework "plugin" is simply a function accepting the
stylesheet root node and the
Returns the string representation of the manipulated CSS. The
passed directly to
css.stringify, if you pass
sourcemap: true a string will still be
returned, with the source map inlined. Also use
sourcemapAsObject: true if
you want the
css.stringify return value.
Rework has a rich collection of plugins and mixins. Browse all the Rework plugins available on npm.
Plugins of particular note:
@importusing node's module resolver
url()s with a given function
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