Modernize and Extend CSS With eCSStender Library

eCSStender is a JavaScript library that let you write CSS without having to use browser-specific properties and hacks. Extensions built with eCSStender greatly simplify the design process because you can author modern CSS using advanced selectors, properties such as border-radius, or custom font faces and rest assured that your design will work; even in IE6.

eCSStender doesn’t do much on its own, but it does make it simple to write code that leverages a site’s stylesheets to patch older browsers, implement future specs, and/or create new CSS properties and have them work in a completely cross-browser way. In order to take advantage of this feature, however, you need to create extensions and register them with eCSStender.

Currently extensions for CSS3 Selectors and @font-face support are available for download; and extensions for CSS rotation and CSS3 border-radius are bundled with eCSStender as examples. However if you are experienced JavaScript/CSS developer you should be able to easily create your own extensions.

Developed by Aaron Gustafson; eCSStender is available for download under MIT Licenses.  You can find further information, demos, documentation & downloads on eCSStender Website.

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2 Responses to “Modernize and Extend CSS With eCSStender Library”
  1. SEOmium says:

    I wish there was a link to eCSStender website in the article.

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