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andytwoods

disable console for invalid CSS?

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Hi, 

 

I'm using the CSSPlugin.

 

is it possible to disable invalid CSS errors such as 

invalid -khtml-user-select tween value: none

I see this code in CSSPlugin.js

if (_gsScope.console) {
console.log(s);
}

I worry though if I interfere with console there, I'll break other stuff!

 

thanks,
Andy.

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My only question would be, why worry about console log messages? They are quite valuable, and the ones that don't apply to you are of no consequence.

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I agree with Shaun, that looks like its more of a warning than an error. You can always either disable the CSS warnings and errors in the browser console. Or you You can always just add this before any code in your JS,

console.clear();

But again like Shaun advised console errors and logs are very important and are great for debugging. So its best you just disable the CSS warning and errors in the browser console options for the CSS tab.

 

The -khtml- prefix is for older versions of Safari.. i.e Safari 2 to be exact.. So it doesnt hurt to have it there :)

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Yeah, those warnings shouldn't hurt anything. I'm curious: why are you trying to animate/set the "-khtml-user-select" property through GSAP? 

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Cheers for the points :)

 

Actually wanted to hide them so that I get to see other messages whilst developing. I have to scroll to get past those messages.

 

My interim solution is just to remove the old school css.

 

Was using 'set' to dynamically set css. No tweeting :)

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