A collection of tools for web masters, designers and developers to create and maintain a semantic and healthy codebase
- Need to implement last modified optional for Sitemap Generator
- CSScrubber needs to not be file agnostic; right now everything's ending up in the unused selectors list.
Build the following
- Identify broken URLs (internal, external and resources)
- Identify any duplicate META descriptions
- Identify missing headings from document structure
- Identify duplicate page titles
- Find orphaned IDs and classes declared in any CSS files but no longer in use in your HTML files
- Find orphaned images no longer being called from HTML/CSS
- Generate a Google Sitemap
- The command line interface would allow you to run the entire suite or each tool individually via triggers.
- Need a general utilities file/class/whatever
- Extract "traverse" method out from the duplicated locations (currently code is used in both CSScrubber and the Sitemap Generator)
- Should work more like a Lint-style tool, at least the reporting aspects of it
Need to haves
- Find CSS files linked within HTML files (may not live inside a known directory) ??? -> may be moot with proper directory traversal
- Traverse a live site and compare the files with one another
- Use something like webrat to spin up a localized version of an application (rails, sinatra, etc) and parse the files
- Parse SASS/SCSS files
Nice to haves
- Pre-load all possible selectors from the HTML file
- Find a way to know what selectors are being used in an HTML file, even if they're not listed in the CSS file.
- Add the ability to ignore known frameworks (960.gs, blueprint.css, etc) or the ability to include these if they are ignored by default
- csspool (~> 0.2.6)
- Nokogiri (~> 18.104.22.16890611092310)
NOTE: This is ONLY tested against csspool version 0.2.6. It is, however, known to not work with 2.0.0. A fix is in the works for this, but at current it will not run if anything newer than version 0.2.6 is installed.
No installer yet ... will probably be a gem at some point.
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