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Re: [dcrug] rails css-splitter gem question?

From: John N.
Sent on: Thursday, March 14, 2013 3:57 PM

I know this is rug. But we fixed this with blesscss.com a node solution. Works flawlessly.

On Mar 14,[masked]:45 PM, "Brad Kahl" <[address removed]> wrote:
have any of you guys used the css-splitter gem within your rails apps recently?

just to give you an idea of what this gem's supposed to fix is the ie7-9 issues for when your stylesheets go above and beyond having more than 4095 selectors within your application.css file and you test your environment in prod or staging it will just stop rendering anything past that within ie7-9 browsers and look like an unfinished website.

the reason i ask, is im currently working on a project at work that is running into this issue and when i tried to implement the gem from following the instructions from the github README file: https://github.com/zweilove/css_splitter, I still can't seem to get it to work like it's supposed to.


and am still waiting on a response, but thought i see if dc ruby community might have had similar issues.

let me know.

any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Thanks,

Brad Kahl
Software Developer




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