Scans your website to find unused CSS selectors
A bug has just been reported that breaks the spidering function in Firefox 18 or later. See https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/dust-me-selectors/#addon-description for details and a temporary workaround.
Version 4.0 for Firefox will be ready in early April, and includes a whole bunch of widely-requested new features (as well as a fix for this bug!)
Dust-Me Selectors is a development tool, for Opera and Firefox, that scans your website to find unused CSS selectors.
Dust-Me Selectors scans HTML pages to find unused CSS selectors. It works by extracting all the selectors from all the stylesheets on any number of pages, then analyzing each page to see which of those selectors are not used. The analysis data is stored separately for each site you check, so that when you're testing subsequent pages, selectors can be crossed off the list as they're encountered. You can test pages individually, or spider an entire site, and you'll end up with a list of selectors that are not used on any page.
Dust-Me Selectors is available for Opera 11.50 or later, and Firefox 3.5 or later. Both versions have the same core features, but each has a different interface to suit the capabilities of its environment.
- Supports all forms of stylesheet include, and all selectors up to CSS3.
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- Can scan single pages, or spider an entire site, and you can pause and resume the spider at any time.
Caters for common CSS
hacks, for example
"* html #foo"will be treated as
- Super-fast processing can now scan up to five pages per second.