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This package provides a CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) Parser Component that takes a CSS document, converts it to an XML document and back again. Since editing XML is easier than editing CSS, this is useful when you want to programmatically edit a CSS document or build your own CSS editor. This component can be used in environments that support COM such as Active Server Pages, Windows Scripting Host, Visual Basic, etc.
You can see the results of what you have written in the page inspector. If the page inspect is not visible you can press F12, right click on the page and select Inspect Element.
This component is useful if you have a document with lots of CSS lines and you want to do a lot of preprocessing on the document. The parser component is also useful to build a web browser or web page that can edit its own CSS. You can also create an editor where you can programatically add CSS rules to the document.
– Handle all CSS features
– Handle CSS3 selectors
– Query current document styles
– Process current document styles
– Create document styles
– Create document styles with conditions
– Output styles as xml
– CSS document can be read into as a DOMDocument object
– CSS document can be output as a DOMDocument object
– Use MSXML parser to convert a CSS document to an xml document and back again.
XCSSParser Class Information:
This is a component used in ASP.NET and VB and includes MSXML 4 parser.
XCSSParser is currently not supported in environments without COM support.
XCSSParser Class Members:
public bool ParseCssDocument(string document);
public void OutputStyle(StyleSheet sheet);
public bool ProcessStyleSheet(StyleSheet sheet);
public void AddCssRule(string rule);
public void AddCssRuleConditional(string rule, bool conditional);
public void ReplaceCssRule(string oldRule, string newRule);
public void ReplaceCssRuleConditional(string oldRule, string newRule, bool conditional);
public bool GetCssStyleText(string className, string ruleName, string text);
public bool IsCssStyleTextDefined(string className, string ruleName, string text);
public void RemoveCssStyleText(string className, string ruleName, string text);
public void StyleSheet_ElementChanged(StyleSheet style

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public const string XCCSSParseErrorCode = “0”;
public const string XCCSSParseErrorMessage = “0”;
public const string XCCSSParseWarningCode = “1”;
public const string XCCSSParseWarningMessage = “0”;
public const string XCCSSParseMessageFormat = “0”;
public const string LineId = “{ab0949d1-9c11-4d4f-acfe-6fd8dcae4e8e}”;
public const string DocumentId = “{a88d5f67-c67f-43b3-bb7c-54d93a2854d0}”;
public const string ErrorCode = “{0E99F3F5-E991-4A2F-94E2-94D891D4D9C8}”;
public const string ErrorMessage = “{46FFFC71-6089-48D3-B0F7-BFEAEB0732D4}”;
public const string WarningCode = “{5A7F46A6-D9CA-4E89-B349-E541C991F3DD}”;
public const string WarningMessage = “{97CCD391-F8ED-46AB-AAC1-4E0D37BAD522}”;
public const string MessageFormat = “0”;
public const string Version = “1.0”;
public const string CSSMethod = “{24a7208b-6305-4d2e-8b54-0dc5d3edc5cc}”;
public const string XSLMethod = “{24a7208b-6305-4d2e-8b54-0dc5d3edc5cc}”;
public const string XSLMethod2 = “{da7c1e39-ce2e-4777-828d-e9bebe14a11f}”;
public const string XSLMethod3 = “{da7c1e39-ce2e-4777-828d-e9bebe14a11f}”;
public const string XSLMethod4 = “{f9c5d19f-df71-4a9e-bcd3

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This component is designed to be used in scripting environments (VBS,
ASP, etc.) and in a compiled environment (Active Server Pages,
Windows Script Host, Visual Basic, etc.). The component provides you
with an easy way to change the format of a CSS document to be more
easily manipulated by your programming language. The component
converts the CSS into an XML file and back again, so you don’t have
to worry about using the same format for both the document and the
program you use to change it. The XML is left-justified as opposed to
the XML being right-justified, making it easier to read. The XML
document is human readable (with attributes), so it is easier for
your script to manipulate.
To get started, add a reference to XCSSParser.dll in your script or ASP page.
Once you have done this, you can access all of the XML nodes in the
CSS document, just like you would with any other XML document.
For example, to create an XML document containing all of the styles in the
CSS document, use the following function.
//Create the XML
XmlDocument xmlDoc = new XmlDocument();
xmlDoc.preserveWhitespace = true;
xmlDoc.preserveComments = true;
//In the following line, you can add more than one css file to
//be converted
xmlDoc.preserveWhitespace = true;
xmlDoc.preserveComments = true;
xmlDoc.preserveWhitespace = true;
xmlDoc.preserveComments = true;
//Write the XML document to the file
//Read the XML document back into memory
XmlDocument xmlDoc2 = new XmlDocument();
xmlDoc2.preserveWhitespace = true;
xmlDoc2.preserveComments = true;

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If you’re stuck trying to debug code, this component is for you. It can parse the external style sheets of Active Server Pages, Windows Scripting Host, and Visual Basic. You can change the styles, add new ones and remove existing ones. You can also create and delete your own style sheets. This component can be used in environments that support COM such as Active Server Pages, Windows Scripting Host, Visual Basic, etc.
You can enable the component for your current web site by going to ‘Server Manager’ and under ‘Web Services’ select ‘Active Server Pages’. For Active Server Pages check ‘Allow this ASP page to be accessed by web browsers’ and make sure the ‘Include page extension for ASP’ checkbox is not checked. For Visual Basic check ‘Allow this ASP page to be accessed by web browsers’ and make sure the ‘Include page extension for ASP’ checkbox is checked. For Visual Basic check ‘Allow this ASP page to be accessed by COM objects’ and make sure the ‘Include page extension for ASP’ checkbox is checked.


This component can be used in either an automated or manual way.
To use it manually:

First, open a command prompt and cd to the directory where you have installed the dll.

Next, launch a web browser, navigate to the web server (in most cases this is the current directory where the dll is located) and enter the following URL:

Note: you can specify the name of the document in the URL. If you do this then you’ll have to update the URL every time you update the document.

This will launch the component’s main window and open the specified CSS document.

This is where you can modify the document.
You can click the ‘Create Style’ button or the ‘Update Style’ button.
The code is saved automatically and reloaded every time you use either button.

The ‘Update Style’ button will call the ‘update style’ function in the code. The ‘Create Style’ button will call the ‘create style’ function in the code. You can use the ‘Test’ button in each function’s main window to view the CSS code before it is written to the document.

Each function will return the number of styles created or updated. If the document doesn’t have a stylesheet then you will get -1 returned from the function.

To create a new style from scratch:

Create a new style using the ‘Create Style’ button. You’ll have to enter the name of the style.
You’ll have to enter a name for the style. You don’t have to enter the content of the style.
In the ‘Description’ field you can enter any text you like to help

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