extension ExtPose


Description from extension meta Collect and analyze CSS.
Image from store CSS Dig
Description from store CSS Dig finds and groups stylesheets and style blocks on most websites, providing an easy way to analyze the code and plan refactors. Properties: Take a look at all your CSS properties, their frequency and variations. Have too many shades of blue? Inconsistencies often means confusion for your developers and irregularities for your end users. Selectors & Specificity: Are your selectors long? Using lots of IDs? Specificity wars are frustrating and piling on new CSS will only make the situation worse. Find potential problem areas and make a plan to fix.
Latest reviews (2019-10-24) Joachim Velzel: When first installing: VM1081 init.js:1 Uncaught ReferenceError: $ is not defined Fixed this error by a hard-refresh. I would be expecting a how-to guide to use it. (2019-09-10) chandrakanth ch: Popup's too large, and no way to close it except refreshing my app. And, didn't get a chance to use it as the start digging optionis not visible. (2019-08-14) Eyuel Mulatu: Doesn't work at all, only adds the extension icon which does nothing (2019-05-22) Justin Huffman: Doesn't work. Click and nothing happens. (2019-03-04) kaylyn riggs: Does not load consistently. Have to clear cache from chrome settings (clear cache and hard reload from developer tools does not work) for the CSS options to load- otherwise, the screen remains white with the CSSdig logo, and clicking on the extension just layers that experience. Wish it were more reliable- otherwise, works (once loaded) as advertised. (2019-02-13) Works as advertised very helpful. If it's not working for you maybe try clearing your cache and reloading the page? Would be really nice to be able to download these stats in some way to further interrogate offline. Will be using this extensively for my current refactor project. (2019-01-30) James Filby: Doesn't seem to work. Looks like it's only reading styles from external sources. When I try to run this using the actual css file used for the page, I get 7 lines of CSS back. This is a real shame as it could be massively beneficial if it worked properly. (2019-01-15) Doesn't work. Clicking the button does nothing. (2018-08-28) Francis Potter: To everyone who says it doesn't work: after installing the extension, reload the page you want to run it on. Then click the button. That worked for me. (2018-04-08) hexadec: Doesn't work. (2018-03-21) David Padilla: Don't work! (2018-01-23) Sean Neylon: Totally confused by this - the 'd' icon loaded top right, I then click on it - and absolutely nothing happens. So can only conclude it doesn't work, which is a bit of a shame. (2017-11-29) J Daniels: Doesn't work on most sites. If you open up developer tools and the console, each time you click the extension button an error shows up (2017-11-22) Shaun Brown: Done absolutely nothing. Clicked the extension, nothing happened. Right clicked and select CSS Dig thinking it would run. No. It opened up the store page for the extensions. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME! Uninstalling. (2017-07-15) Luis Paredes: Nice tool, such a pity that it has a lot of bugs. Hopefully it'll improve in later versions. (2017-03-26) Pat Washburn: Opened a "dig" window then froze the browser. (2017-02-01) Nick Busman: Consolidating all of my project's CSS, this helped me identify so many redundant properties. (2016-12-23) Christopher Jones: Didn't work on my system. Clicked the extension icon in upper right and nothing happens. Disappointing because it's a very cool idea and could be very useful (if it worked). Could be a small bug of configuration issue. Don't let me deter you from trying this. (2016-11-18) Stuart Thornton: No discernible function, adds button to toolbar that does nothing, clearly totally bugged out and should be removed from marketplace. (2016-10-17) Maud Procyk: Good extension but please install a scrollbar, when you show every dependencies css and you have more css than the screen's heigh it's complicated ;) (2016-07-29) LIPodcastNetworkCom: Does not work or open anything like the screenshots. The documentation does not show how to fix this. Tried on 2 computers with no results. (2016-02-10) Don Tinsley: assumes $ is defined as jQuery. a simple fix would be using jQuery instead of $ removing (2015-10-13) Ken Wilson: Terrible malware with absolutely no function. Installed and got a button on my toolbar that had did nothing. Removed within two minutes of installing. Don't waste your time with this. (2015-04-10) Jackie Gleason: It is good for what it does, however, I would like to see more documentation on how to analyze. (2015-04-08) Faridul Hassan: very helpful

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2.94 (50 votes)
Last update / version
2019-05-07 / 1.2.7





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