CSS Extractor 1.0
The CSS extractor scours your html pages for the string class="", extracts all the classes from your existing stylesheet and puts them all in a new stylesheet.
Why do I need it?
Maybe you want to get rid of styles that are no longer being used in your website. Or maybe you want to give a certain directory in your website its own separate stylesheet.
What doesn't it do?
The CSS Extractor will not copy over classes that are being accessed with id="". It also won't copy over classes that are used but not specified -- classes that control standard html elements like body, td, etc. Those will have to be moved over manually. Sorry. See future versions note below.
|File Size:||1.50KB||Platforms:||Linux Mac Sun Windows|
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