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  • # May 12, 2013 at 5:37 pm

    I’ve been working on a tool that shows where the css rules on a page interact with the markup.

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    It’s still quite rough (it won’t work in firefox because of the way that I’m sending the screenshots).

    I’ve started a [blog post]( “Visualising CSS selector matches”) about why I built it initially – to see if selectors became more specific as a css file grows in size.

    I was wondering:

    * is this a useful thing to know?
    * are there any better things it could be used for?

    General / other feedback would be awesome too.


    # May 12, 2013 at 10:05 pm

    Hmmmmm. Very cool concept, though I’m not particularly sure I’d find any use in it. I think finding unused styles can help, for sure, but I think the visualization doesn’t really add anything to it. Sweet experiment, though, maybe it’ll catch on!

    # May 13, 2013 at 3:11 am

    Same as @thedoc: it looks awesome, and feels awesome. But I don’t see any point. Very fun to use anyway. :)

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