Helium CSS: JavaScript Library to test your CSS usage

All those CSS lines still in use? I’m asking this to myself from time to time when dealing with older sites that evolved over the years. Going through by hand and then? No way Helium CSS to the rescue!. It is a javascript based tool to test CSS usage.

Ajaxian blogged about it and the authore there provided a trivial example testcase and did already a fork.

I thought it’s worth to share because that really looks like a practical solution tothe problem. Or is there already something like a firefox extension for this?

I might do a testrun with it on the standard and kubrik theme maybe. Would be an interesting test.

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