#69 new
Diego Perini

stylesheet helpers API

Reported by Diego Perini | June 8th, 2010 @ 05:22 PM

Could we get the stylesheets relevant parts separated out from "dom_loaded.js" in their own place, maybe "stylesheet.js" ?

I am talking about all these:


plus adding missing/needed API to have a complete set of tools to directly handle stylesheets rules.

I believe in some circumstance this will be the preferred way to produce changes to multiple elements in a faster more responsive way. We let the browser do all the job for us. I said in some circumstance but thinking about it maybe it would be better in performance also for less complex operations. Maybe some easy way to test this ?

I do not have access to all those Windows developer goodies :)

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