ReCSS a tool to reload the CSS without reloading the whole page

31 January 2006   1 comment   Web development

http://mastodon.dojotoolkit.org/~david/recss.html

Mind That Age!

This blog post is 12 years old! Most likely, its content is outdated. Especially if it's technical.

I found this bookmarklet script from planet dojo but it has nothing to do with dojo itself. With this bookmarklet available in your browser you can refresh all external stylesheets without having to refresh the whole page. This is great because when you're debugging the a stylesheet it's time consuming to have to refresh, the HTML and the images just to refresh a stylesheet file for every little change.

Worth saving. Thanks David!

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Ryan Biesemeyer
If you're on a Mac, http://macupdate.com/cssedit is a great shareware app where changes appear as you edit the css file.

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