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danharper
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I just read this post at StylizedWeb about MoreCSS which is a Javascript library following the CSS syntax!

For example, the code below will add the class “red” to div#test p:timer after 1000ms

div#test p:timer=1000 { add-class: red; }

And this code will create an popup alert box:

.say_hello:active { execute: alert(“Hello there!” ); }

Check it out, and look at some of the things you can do with it! I’m definitely going to try a few things out.

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BroOf
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Hey this looks very interesting. The syntax looks clean and not complicated. Are there any other advantages over jQuery?

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Valuediz
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Sounds great! I definitely try it.

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mads
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Looks very cool. Haven’t tried it out yet, will do so in a minute, but this must be a lot slower than frameworks that have more JS-like syntax.

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BoxyStudio
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This is nice, and only 12kb, so it can’t be too slow to use.

I doubt it has the same amount of functionality as jquery and the like, but useful none-the-less.

Nice find!

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rblalock
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Just took a read through the docs. Seems jQuery would be the better bet to be honest.

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