JOY!

Responsive CSS Preprocessor

JOY! Responsive CSS Preprocessor

Terms of Use Policy

You must leave the attribution printed at the top of the CSS preprocessed by JOY!, removing this attribution is a violation of the terms of use.

JOY! Responsive CSS Preprocessor here in referred to as “the company” is free to use for personal and commercial purposes. Although the preprocessor does not directly write to the original css file (provided by user) we do not take any form of responsibility or liability for using this free tool. We do not offer support for layout inquires related to context calculations, with the exceptions: that the user may report bugs or request a new CSS property to be added to the existing list of supported properties.

Misuse of the Responsive CSS Preprocessor whether malicious or unintentional is the sole responsibility of the user. All stylesheets should be validated before preprocessing using a validation tool (W3C) to insure the accuracy of the preprocessor. The company is not responsible for bugs/errata that may emerge from CSS that have not been validated or for any CSS run through the preprocessor.

Should the user find a bug/errata in their CSS after preprocessing, the user may report the bug. We are not liable to offer support to fix any bug/errata that is found on any CSS run through the preprocessor, whether the bug/errata is the fault of the user or the preprocessor.

Submitting CSS through a URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) or direct input (copy/paste) requires that the CSS is validated. Users will be prompted to confirm that the CSS being preprocessed is valid. We do not enforce validation beyond the means of confirming or declining the question. Should a user state “No” the CSS has not been validated the inputs will remain as “read only” until the user states “Yes” to the validation question. By stating “Yes” the user is confirming that the CSS being input to the preprocessor is valid and accepting the company’s Terms of Use policy. Should the user bypass the validation question (yes/no) the user is defaulted to the Terms of Use policy and is in agreement of its terms.