Intellisense for writting CSS selectors

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Intellisense for writting CSS selectors

Post by FataL » Mon Feb 28, 2011 7:55 pm

When creating CSS selectors TopStyle can lookup for structure of HTML markup and suggest appropriate HTML structure.
This is already implemented in Microsoft Sharepoint Designer and Microsoft Expression Web for many years.

You can test this feature here for free (only via Internet Explorer).

I created animated GIF to show how it works:
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Re: Intellisense for writting CSS selectors

Post by TopStyle Support » Tue Mar 01, 2011 12:37 am

I'm planning this for TopStyle 5

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Re: Intellisense for writting CSS selectors

Post by TopStyle Support » Thu Jul 05, 2012 9:56 am

I have added this to TopStyle version 5.0.0.30: http://svanas.dynip.com/topstyle/beta.html

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Re: Intellisense for writting CSS selectors

Post by FataL » Thu Sep 13, 2012 10:52 am

Great!
Testing...

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Re: Intellisense for writting CSS selectors

Post by FataL » Wed Oct 10, 2012 12:04 am

This is a good start, I can say.

Current TopStyle's implementation lacks HTML hierarchy awareness and suggests all known tags every time. But it has awareness of all IDs and classes in the document (disregards real IDs and classes owners).

Ideally Intellisense should suggest HTML structure and after that full list of known HTML tags.

Code: Select all

<p class="one"><span>test</span></p>
<p class="two"><em>test</em><p>
<div class="three">test</div>
p.|
===============
.one
.two
===============


p |
===============
em
span
---------------------
a
abbr
acronym
...
===============


div |
===============
a
abbr
acronym
...
===============


.two |
===============
em
---------------------
a
abbr
acronym
...
===============

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