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css.escape v1.5.1

A robust polyfill for the `CSS.escape` utility method as defined in CSSOM.

CSS.escape polyfill Build status Code coverage status

A robust polyfill for the CSS.escape utility method as defined in CSSOM.

For a more powerful alternative, consider using cssesc, which automatically takes care of excessive whitespace, and has many options to customize the output.

Installation

In a browser:

<script src="css.escape.js"></script>

Via npm:

npm install css.escape

Then, in Node.js:

require('css.escape');

// On Windows and on Mac systems with default settings, case doesn’t matter,
// which allows you to do this instead:
require('CSS.escape');

Author

twitter/mathias
Mathias Bynens

License

This polyfill is available under the MIT license.

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