<selector css="pre"> <style> font-size: 1.1em; background: #f0f0f0; -moz-border-radius: 10px; padding: 1em; </style> <selector css="span"> <style> font-weight: bold; </style> </selector> </selector>
I’m hoping this will make my life a little easier.
Need a way to specify the kind of selection being made. child, descendant etc. This is very very important for usability and for generating something that create a CSS that will render without boiling the ocean.
Read a post by Simon Willison today about taming the CSS monster, the comments pointed to some interesting resources, I added my 2c. I think what I am building in WireWrap will go part of the way towards solving the problem for me and improve the system that I am building as a whole – but as a general solution what I think we really need is good support in the IDE for CSS introspection and management.
All the rest is self discipline, good planning and knowing how CSS actually works.