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tailormade

Effortlessly separate CSS (or SCSS!) into structure and design - allowing for quick and easy restyling of pages.

Example

Given the following (very simple) code:

.hello {
    color: red;
    padding: 0;
    width: 200px;
}

Running it through tailormade will give you two files:

.hello {
    color: red;
}
.hello {
    padding: 0;
    width: 200px;
}

This allows you to keep your structural code and styling code separate - useful if you want to let customers change the colours easily.

For a more full example, see the demo directory.

Installation

$ npm install -g tailormade

Usage

Tailormade is extremely easy to use. Give it a file path for your source and it will do the rest

The following command below will process app.scss, place the structural code into app.structural.scss and the design code into app.design.scss.

$ tailormade app.scss

Options

-s

File path to output the structural code to. This option is optional.

$ tailormade app.scss -s structural_output.scss

If not given, a file named app.scss will have its structural output placed in app.structural.scss.

-d

File path to output the design code to. This option is optional.

$ tailormade app.scss -d design_output.scss

-p

Array of properties to be used when deciding if a property is a design property. This option is optional.

$ tailormade app.scss -p color background-color font-family

If not given, the defaults are:

  • color
  • background
  • background-color
  • border
  • border-color
  • font-family

License

Licensed under the MIT License.