Python CSS-to-inline-styles conversion tool for HTML using BeautifulSoup and cssutils
Copyright (c) 2011-2014 Tanner Netterville
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Because Pynliner uses BeautifulSoup to find the tags specified in the CSS it aggressively converts to HTML. This means that templating languages like Mako, Genshi, and Jinja will be pounded into valid HTML in the process of applying styles.