Automated linting of Cascading Stylesheets
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README.md

CSSLint

CSSLint is a tool to help point out problems with your CSS code. It does basic syntax checking as well as applying a set of rules to the code that look for problematic patterns or signs of inefficiency. The rules are all pluggable, so you can easily write your own or omit ones you don't want.

Contributors

Creators

  1. Nicole Sullivan, http://www.stubbornella.org
  2. Nicholas C. Zakas, http://www.nczonline.net

Contributors

  1. Samori Gorse, https://twitter.com/shinuza (Rules, Non-zero Exit Code for CLI)
  2. Eitan Konigsburg, https://twitter.com/eitanmk (Rhino CLI)
  3. Ben Barber (Compatible Vendor Prefix Rule)
  4. Eric Wendelin, http://eriwen.com (Output formatters)
  5. Kasper Garnaes, http://reload.dk (Checkstyle XML format)
  6. Gord Tanner, http://www.tinyhippos.com (CLI quiet option)
  7. Hans-Peter Buniat, https://github.com/hpbuniat (Duplicate background image rule)
  8. Dino Chiesa, https://github.com/DinoChiesa (Windows Script Host CLI)
  9. Tomasz Oponowicz, https://github.com/tomasz-oponowicz (XML format and CLI fixes)
  10. Julien Kernec'h, https://github.com/parallel (Fixed a rule)
  11. Cillian de Róiste, https://plus.google.com/116480676247600483573/posts (Node CLI fixes)
  12. Damien Sennm, https://github.com/topaxi (README fixes)