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Fast lxml-based CSS stylesheet inliner.

Project description

Fast lxml-based CSS stylesheet inliner.

Tested against Python 2.7, 3.3, 3.4, and 3.5.


This package is hosted on PyPI and can be installed using pip or easy_install:

pip install toronado


>>> import toronado
>>> document = """<html>
... <head>
...     <style type="text/css">
...         h1 { color: red; }
...     </style>
... </head>
... <body><h1>Hello, world.</h1></body>
... </html>"""
>>> print(toronado.from_string(document))
<html><head></head><body><h1 style="color: red">Hello, world.</h1></body></html>

Command Line Usage

To inline a file directly from the command line, you can use the following:

python -m toronado input.html

The inlined HTML will be printed to your shell’s stdout stream, and can also be redirected to a file:

python -m toronado input.html > output.html

Known Issues

  • Expansion of some shorthand properties is not fully implemented (margin and padding are supported, however.) Mixing shorthand properties and specific properties such as font and font-size may lead to unexpected inheritance results. (See GH-19 for details.)

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