html-autoprefixer

Autoprefix all CSS inside an html page - CSS inside style tags and inside style attributes

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html-autoprefixer
html-autoprefixer
Autoprefix all CSS inside an html page - CSS inside style tags and inside style attributes.
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var prefixed = htmlAutoprefixer.process(htmlString);

Installation

npm install html-autoprefixer --save

Usage

You pass an html string to .process and it returns the processed html.
var htmlAutoprefixer = require("html-autoprefixer");
var htmlString = "<html><head><style>:fullscreen a { transition: transform 1s; }</style></head><body><h1 style='font-feature-settings: \"liga\", \"dlig\";'>Hello</h1></body></html>";

var prefixed = htmlAutoprefixer.process(htmlString);

You can optionally pass cheerio options.
var htmlString = "<HTML></HTML>";

var prefixed = htmlAutoprefixer.process(htmlString, { lowerCaseTags: true } );
// <html></html>

Gulp


Using Gulp? Use gulp-html-autoprefixer.
var gulp = require( "gulp" );
var htmlAutoprefixer = require( "gulp-html-autoprefixer" );

gulp.task( "html-autoprefix", function( ) {
  return gulp.src( "./path/to/index-or-other.html" )
    .pipe( htmlAutoprefixer( ) )
    .pipe( gulp.dest( "dist" ) );
} );

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Added some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

Running tests

npm install
npm test