Parse CSS Styles with New Version of the Elerium HTML .NET Parser

Elerium Software introduced the updated version of the professional component for parsing HTML with a number of changes aimed at increasing the quality of the HTML document parsing.

Luzern, Switzerland, November 09, 2013 --( At the moment, a huge amount of information presented on the Internet in the form of HTML pages. The web designers use CSS styles to set visual formatting of the HTML content. Very often the CSS styles are stored in a separate file. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation semantics (the look and formatting) of a document written in a markup language. It is easy-in-use, allows reducing the size of the HTML page and apply the advanced mapping capabilities. But there is no native support to work with such style sheets in the .NET Framework. The library provided by Elerium Software allows to add this capability to the .NET framework. The new version of Elerium HTML .NET Parser was released. It has a number of changes aimed at improving of quality of the HTML document parsing, including fixed reading of script snippet. Also, the support of new CSS construction was added to the CSS parser.

The main changes:

- Added new elements to DOM of CSS.
- The reading and writing functions have been updated.
- Fixed bug in reading of script snippet.

Elerium HTML .NET Parser contains a CSS parser, which can be used for extracting and manipulating CSS styles from HTML document or CSS stylesheet. After parsing CSS stylesheet user gets a collection of selectors and relative declarations.

About Elerium Software

Elerium Software develops professional solutions for use in .NET projects (C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET) that aimed to read/write/convert different office/web documents and formats. Elerium Software components are based on the unique design and fast algorithms that allow being independent from the third-party applications and libraries.

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