mazniak

Florida

Age: 26

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comment Is it possible to access a web page’s unparsed CSS text?
It’s too bad but this seems to be the only way to get ahold of the unparsed CSS source. I’d rather not incur the overhead of having to fetch via AJAX, but sometimes you have to do what you have to do…
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comment Is it possible to access a web page’s unparsed CSS text?
I want to write a plugin that can gracefully support the CSS3 multiple-background declaration. By scanning the original, unparsed CSS I could find what elements need to have their backgrounds added through another means. Currently, only one CSS background will show up if the browser doesn’t support CSS3 (which defeats the purpose of the plugin).
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comment Is it possible to access a web page’s unparsed CSS text?
Loading by AJAX always results in at minimum an HTTP request having to be sent and returned, plus the time to load the CSS file if the response code is not something like a 304. I really don’t want any extra latency as I want to modify some styles before the page loads.
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comment Is it possible to access a web page’s unparsed CSS text?
document.styleSheets is the browsers parsed version of CSS. For example, a -webkit-background-clip: border-box; won’t show up at all in Firefox or IE.
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