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    Site facelift

    Translated my CSS Preprocessor to PHP and used it to give my site a facelift: www.klproductions.com
    Give me your best shot
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    Cool, gonna share the code at any point?
    Seriously though, how come IE5.5/pc gets style but IE5/pc gets the NN4.7 treatment?
    ..not picking, just curious

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    I'm working on presentation page and documentation for the preprocessor, should have the release in a few weeks.
    As far as IE5.0 goes - that is what you get for still leaving in the last century
    Seriously, that is one of the preprocessor advantages, I can add browser support gradually and IE 5.0 is not that high on my priority list - need to make sure there are no problems with the latest Opera releases
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vladdy
    I'm working on presentation page and documentation for the preprocessor, should have the release in a few weeks.
    Look forward to it I'm working on a massive project at the moment that could make good use of something like this...
    As far as IE5.0 goes - that is what you get for still leaving in the last century
    Hehe, it's not like I use IE for anything other than legacy testing. On that note, I was very happy to see that Gmail officially does not support IE 5!
    Great to see the big guys helping us out by encouraging the "thinning of the weak"

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    Quote Originally Posted by mindlessLemming
    Look forward to it I'm working on a massive project at the moment that could make good use of something like this..
    The code is mostly ready. There are two features that I thought about in the beginning - file inclusion and code compression (i.e. CSS comment and white space removal) - which I decided to leave out from the initial release.
    I have preliminary documentation here: http://www.vladdy.net/klcsspp/aboutklcsspp.asp
    and the syntax is pretty straight-forward.
    You can see the original file with preprocessor instructions that I use for my site here: http://www.klproductions.com/styles/screen.xcss
    The result of preprocessing can be viewed at: http://www.klproductions.com/klcsspp...es/screen.xcss
    and would depend on the browser used. At the top of the resulting CSS output there is profiling information, whivh will be optional in the final release. As you can see the preprocessing is pretty fast and does not add any noticable delay.
    If you are interested in beta-testing, PM or E-Mail me - I can give you a decent discount...
    Vladdy | KL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vladdy
    If you are interested in beta-testing, PM or E-Mail me - I can give you a decent discount...
    Doh! The project I'm working on is open source, so everything in it must be GNU or better Cheers for the offer though

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