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Hitch

Published by Chris Coyier

It's kinda like a preprocessor (variables, prefixing...) but it can do much more because it's JavaScript that executes on your page. For instance, it can give you a has selector which can test if an element contains another element or selectors that select based on simple math logic (e.g. :-math-greatest(data-price)).

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