A list of tests to determine whether an at-rule is considered a browser hack
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A list of tests to determine whether a value is a browser hack, derived from the formidable browserhacks.com (Repo).

Installation

npm install css-media-query-browser-h4cks-analyzer

# or

yarn add css-media-query-browser-h4cks-analyzer

Usage

const isBrowserHack = require('css-media-query-browser-h4cks-analyzer')

// CSS media query example => @media screen { .selector {} }
console.log(isBrowserHack('screen and (min-width:0\\0)'))
// => true

console.log(isBrowserHack('all'))
// => false

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License

MIT © Bart Veneman