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README.md

CSS Unity

CSS Unity is a utility that combines a stylesheet's external resources, such as images, into the stylesheet itself as base64 encoded text by using data URIs and MHTML.

Features

  • encodes resources into data URIs, supported by modern browsers
  • encodes resources into MHTML as well, to support IE6/7
  • combines multiple stylesheets into one request
  • uses CSSTidy to optimize styles
  • embeds encoded resources into one stylesheet, or can be split into separate stylesheets
  • can be used in realtime on your web server, or generate files from the command line instead

Requirements

  • PHP 5+

Command Line

PHP command line script can be found at src/unify.php.

You can execute the script using the PHP command line interpreter:

$ php unify.php

Optionally, you can grant execute permissions to the script and run it directly:

$ chmod +x unify.php
$ unify.php

See PHP Manual: Executing PHP Files for further information.

Options

Executing the script without options will display the following:

Usage: unify.php [options]
Executes CSS Unity from the command line.

Options
-i, --input <paths>      comma-separated list of file or directory paths
-t, --type <type>        convert external resources to specified type
                         Possible values:
                         all (default) all possible types written to one file
                         datauri       writes data URIs
                         mhtml         writes MHTML for IE6/7
                         nores         strips all resources from output
-o, --output <dir>       output directory; defaults to current directory
-n, --output-name <name> name of file(s) to be written
                         defaults to name of first input path specified
-s, --separate           split resources into separate file(s)
-m, --mhtml-uri <uri>    absolute URI to use for MHTML
                         Required if type is 'all' or 'mhtml'
                         Value must include scheme, authority, and path to
                         output directory (e.g. http://domain.com/path/,
                         trailing slash is optional)
-r, --recursive          recurses through subdirectories of directories in
                         input (currently disabled)

License

MIT License

CSSTidy is distributed under terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) 2.1.

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