Not read python ever but one of my friend is a big fan of it.
Heh, well suffice to say that it takes some of the elegance of Python source and applies that to CSS, such that things are much more visually distinct and approachable at a glance than CSS normally is.
But of course since none of the browsers support it, it has to be processed first.
Sass seems to be quite a fun thing from what I've read over here.
You can use a nice JS color picker to offer colors.
And in the admin area -- retrieve variables from the wecss files, list them ("$main_font", etc.), and offer to overwrite them. If one of them is detected to be a color variable ("rgba(0,0,0, .5)", etc.), we could also offer a color wheel to pick a new one.
Will wait to see your feature list. css preparser, can you explain a bit that what exactly is that?
@Joker> Actually it's only Sass-style by inspiration. I read about Sass in .net Magazine last January, loved how their idea was going further than my original plans for a css preparser, which encouraged me to do a PHP version of it. In the end it hasn't got half of the Sass features, and it's certainly not as elegant, but it's much, much faster, and at least you don't have to remember 50 different functions eheh. Plus, my implementation has some cool extra features that no other css preparsers have. (Notably the 'final' keyword which is important for object oriented programming. You'll see when I publish the feature list.)
Lol that seems to be a great thing which will surely remove a lot of hassles.
Here's a sample from my index.css code:
section.block extends .wrc
header extends .wehead
padding: 3px 12px
border-radius: 8px 8px 0 0
margin: -0.9em -1.2em 1em
footer extends .wefoot
padding: 3px 12px
border-radius: 0 0 8px 8px
margin: .5em -1.2em -0.9em
margin, padding: 0
Fun, eh? :)