The cssparser is a small class that enables you to parse css information. The parsed css information can then be used in your application to fill your needs to use css information. Clear(); ======== Clears the current content. If the html property of the class is set to true then the propertylist is filled with standard html information. SetHTML($html); =============== Set how to handle standard html information with clear. Set to true to include html properties and false to exclude it. Add($key, $codestr); ==================== Add a new propertystring to th list. The key represents under which tag/id/class/subclass to store the information. The codestr is a string of css properties. Each property should be separated by a ;. Values should be separated from the propertynames by a :. Get($key, $property); ===================== Retreive the value of a property. GetSection($key); ================= Retreive all properties associated with the given key. ParseStr($str); =============== Parse a textstring that contains css information. Parse($filename); ================= Parse a file that contains css information. GetCSS(); ========= Returns a brute style css text compiled of the different properties.