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browser-prefix

This is a simple utility to add browser prefixes to CSS. Its syntax is really simple; just add @prefix to the beginning of any line, and it will add all relevant browser prefixes to that line. All prefixes will be on the same line, which means all line numbers will match between your source files and the result.

Installation

Install with npm:

npm install browser-prefix

To install as a command line application:

npm install -g browser-prefix

Usage

In node.js

var prefix = require("browser-prefix");

prefix("@prefix foo: bar;");
//returns '-moz-foo: bar; -webkit-foo: bar; -o-foo: bar; -ms-foo: bar; foo: bar;'

As a CLI application

From stdin:

$ echo "@prefix foo: bar" | browser-prefix
# returns '-moz-foo: bar; -webkit-foo: bar; -o-foo: bar; -ms-foo: bar; foo: bar;'

From file:

$ browser-prefix < infile.css > outfile.css