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A Django app useful for inlining CSS (primarily for e-mails)

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## About

Inlining CSS is necessary for email generation and sending
but is currently a surprisingly large hassle.

This library aims to make it a breeze in the Django
template language.

## Usage

#### Step 1: Dependencies

- BeautifulSoup
- cssutils
- Python 2.7+,3.4+
- Django 1.11+

#### Step 2: Install django_inlinecss

Add ```django_inlinecss``` to your ``````:


#### Step 3: Use the templatetag

1. Place your CSS file somewhere staticfiles can find it
2. Create your template:

{% load inlinecss %}
{% inlinecss "css/extra-padding.css" %}
<div class='lots-o-padding'>
Something in need of styling.
{% endinlinecss %}

#### Step 4: Prepare to be Wowed

<div style="padding-left: 10px; padding-right: 10px; padding-top: 10px;" class="lots-o-padding">
Something in need of styling.

## Acknowledgements

Thanks to Tanner Netterville for his efforts on [Pynliner](

Thanks to Thomas Yip for his unit tests on the `soupselect` module. These tests
helped on getting the core CSS2 selectors to work.

## License

MIT license. See for more detail.

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