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sistyl

sistyl

Simple JSON-to-CSS style sheet library.

NPM

Usage

const sistyl = require('sistyl')
 
let st = sistyl({
 
  '.selector': {
    'color': '#111',
    'background': '#333',
 
    '.larger': { 'font-size': '125%' }
  },
 
  '.hidden': { 'display': 'none !important' }
 
})
 
// #111 on a #333 background is kind of hard to read…
st.set('.selector', { 'color': '#eee' })
 
st.toString()
/* →
 * .selector {
 *   color: #eee;
 *   background: #333;
 * }
 *
 * .selector .larger {
 *   font-size: 125%;
 * }
 *
 * .hidden {
 *   display: none !important;
 * }
 */

API

let st = sistyl(rulesets={})

Creates a sistyl object with an optional default bunch of rulesets.

st.set(selector, properties)

Sets some CSS properties for a selector. properties can contain nested rulesets as objects or sistyl instances. Properties are merged if the selector already exists.

st.set('.selector', {
  'background': 'pink',
  '.nested': { 'background': 'orange' }
})

st.set(rulesets)

Adds rulesets. Takes an object where keys are selectors and values are css properties, or a sistyl instance, just like in st.set(selector, properties).

st.unset(selector)

Removes a ruleset. Takes a CSS selector, and removes the associated ruleset. Note that it removes just the given selector, and not other rulesets that also match the selector. Specifically, .unset('.rem') does not remove a .keep, .rem selector.

st.unset(selector, property)

Removes a property from a ruleset. The same notes apply as above: only properties on the exact selector string will be removed.

st.toString()

Returns the CSS string for this sistyl object. Rulesets are separated by a newline, and are indented by two spaces.

.selector {
  background: pink;
}
 
.selector .nested {
  background: orange;
}
 

License

MIT