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Description

A crate for inlining CSS into HTML documents. When you send HTML emails you need to use "style" attributes instead of "style" tags.

Programming language: Rust
License: MIT License
Tags: Web Programming     Email     HTML     Miscellaneous     CSS     Css-inline    
Latest version: v0.8.1

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css-inline

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A crate for inlining CSS into HTML documents. It is built with Mozilla's Servo project components.

When you send HTML emails, you need to use "style" attributes instead of "style" tags. For example, this HTML:

<html>
    <head>
        <title>Test</title>
        <style>h1 { color:blue; }</style>
    </head>
    <body>
        <h1>Big Text</h1>
    </body>
</html>

Will be turned into this:

<html>
    <head><title>Test</title></head>
    <body>
        <h1 style="color:blue;">Big Text</h1>
    </body>
</html>

To use it in your project add the following line to your dependencies section in the project's Cargo.toml file:

css-inline = "0.8"

Minimum Supported Rust Version is 1.54.

Usage

const HTML: &str = r#"<html>
<head>
    <title>Test</title>
    <style>h1 { color:blue; }</style>
</head>
<body>
    <h1>Big Text</h1>
</body>
</html>"#;

fn main() -> Result<(), css_inline::InlineError> {
    let inlined = css_inline::inline(HTML)?;
    // Do something with inlined HTML, e.g. send an email
    Ok(())
}

Features & Configuration

css-inline can be configured by using CSSInliner::options() that implements the Builder pattern:

const HTML: &str = "...";

fn main() -> Result<(), css_inline::InlineError> {
    let inliner = css_inline::CSSInliner::options()
        .load_remote_stylesheets(false)
        .build();
    let inlined = inliner.inline(HTML);
    // Do something with inlined HTML, e.g. send an email
    Ok(())
}
  • inline_style_tags. Whether to inline CSS from "style" tags. Default: true
  • remove_style_tags. Remove "style" tags after inlining. Default: false
  • base_url. Base URL to resolve relative URLs. Default: None
  • load_remote_stylesheets. Whether remote stylesheets should be loaded or not. Default: true
  • extra_css. Additional CSS to inline. Default: None

Bindings

There are bindings for Python and WebAssembly in the bindings directory.

Command Line Interface

css-inline provides a command-line interface:

css-inline --help

css-inline inlines CSS into HTML documents.

USAGE:
   css-inline [OPTIONS] [PATH ...]
   command | css-inline [OPTIONS]

ARGS:
    <PATH>...
        An HTML document to process. In each specified document
        "css-inline" will look for all relevant "style" and "link"
        tags, will load CSS from them and then inline it to the
        HTML tags, according to the corresponding CSS selectors.
        When multiple documents are specified, they will be
        processed in parallel, and each inlined file will be saved
        with "inlined." prefix. E.g., for "example.html", there
        will be "inlined.example.html".

OPTIONS:
    --inline-style-tags
        Whether to inline CSS from "style" tags. The default
        value is `true`. To disable inlining from "style" tags
        use `--inline-style-tags=false`.

    --remove-style-tags
        Remove "style" tags after inlining.

    --base-url
        Used for loading external stylesheets via relative URLs.

    --load-remote-stylesheets
        Whether remote stylesheets should be loaded or not.

    --extra-css
        Additional CSS to inline.

Extra materials

If you want to know how this library was created & how it works internally, you could take a look at these articles:

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