Cal Henderson

NAME

CSS::Adaptor - Arbitrarily map CSS data for use in another context.

SYNOPSIS

  use CSS;

  # create a CSS object with an adaptor
  my $css = new CSS({
       'adaptor' => 'CSS::Adaptor',
  });


  # load some CSS data
  $css->read_file( "my_file.css" );


  # change the adaptor
  $css->set_adaptor( "CSS::Adaptor::Pretty" );


  # output CSS object using the current adaptor
  print $css->output();
  

DESCRIPTION

This class is used by CSS to translate a CSS object to a string. This allows CSS data to be easily mapped into other formats.

This documentation is for people who want to write their own CSS::Adaptor module. For usage information, see the documentation for CSS.

METHODS

CONSTRUCTOR

new()

Called without options.

FUNCTIONS

output_rule( $rule )

returns a string containing a formatted CSS::Style object, passed as an object ref

output_selectors( $selectors )

returns a string containing a formatted list of CSS::Selector objects, passed as an array ref

output_properties( $properties )

returns a string containing a formatted list of CSS::Property objects, passed as an array ref

output_values( $values )

returns a string containing a formatted list of CSS::Value objects, passed as an array ref

AUTHORS

Copyright (C) 2001-2002, Allen Day <allenday@ucla.edu>

Copyright (C) 2003-2004, Cal Henderson <cal@iamcal.com>

SEE ALSO

CSS