Detect/remove browser hacks from CSS files.
With npm do:
npm install stylehacks --save
In its default mode, stylehacks will remove hacks from your CSS file, based on the browsers that you wish to support.
This method will take any PostCSS node, run applicable plugins depending on
its type, then will return a boolean depending on whether it found any of
the supported hacks. For example, if the
decl node found below is passed to
detect function, it will return
true. But if the
rule node is passed,
it will return
Default: browserslist defaults
Specify the browsers that you wish to support. The string will be passed directly to browserslist and parsed, however if an array is passed instead then stylehacks will use it instead of parsing the browsers itself.
If lint mode is enabled, stylehacks will not remove hacks from the CSS; instead, it will warn that hacks were found. When using stylehacks as a PostCSS plugin, you are expected to handle these messages yourself.
Used in combination with the lint option; disables all logging. When using the CLI, the process will exit with 0 or 1 as usual.
Generate a sourcemap with the transformed CSS.
stylehacks can also be consumed as a PostCSS plugin. See the documentation for examples for your environment.
stylehacks also ships with a CLI app. To see the available options, just run:
$ stylehacks --help
stylehacks works well with your existing PostCSS setup:
- stylelint - Comprehensive & modern CSS linter, to ensure that your code style rules are respected.
Pull requests are welcome. If you add functionality, then please add unit tests to cover it.
MIT © Ben Briggs