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	<h2>A couple of small Typed OM demos</h2>
	<p>▷ Check the devtools console for logs too</p>

	<p class="width-olde">Click to change my width the olde way</p>

	<p class="width-typed">Click to change my width the Typed OM way</p>

	<p class="transform-olde">Transformed the olde way</p>

	<p class="transform-typed">Transformed the Typed OM way</p>


                body {
	/* colours */
	--pink: #B3346C;
	--purple: #832B76;
	--blue: #277E9E;
	--yellow: #E4A834;
	--col1: var(--pink);
	--col2: var(--yellow);
	/* layout */
	min-height: 80vh;
	padding: 2vw 4vw;
	flex-direction: column;
	justify-content: space-evenly;
	align-items: center;

/* button esq styling */
div p {
	display: inline-block;
	width: 300px;
	padding: 1em 1.6em;
	background-color: var(--col1);
	background-image: linear-gradient(30deg, var(--col1) 10%, var(--col2) 100%);
	border: 2px solid white;
	border-radius: 2.4em;
	box-shadow: 1px 1px 4px hsla(0, 0%, 60%, 0.3);
	color: white;
	line-height: 1.4;
	text-align: center;
	text-transform: uppercase;
[class^="transform"] {--col1: var(--blue); --col2: var(--purple);}
[class^="width"]:hover {
	background-image: linear-gradient(30deg, var(--col1) 0%, var(--col2) 100%);
	cursor: pointer;

/* transform styling */
.transform-olde {
	--rotate: 10deg;
	transform: rotate(var(--rotate)) scale(1.2);
.transform-typed {
	transform: rotate(10deg) scale(1.2);




// ==================================== width old style
// get element
const oldeWidthEl = document.querySelector('.width-olde');
// get width -> this forces relayout
const oldeWidth = getComputedStyle(oldeWidthEl).width;
// flag to click back to original size
let wide = false;
// add click & change width
oldeWidthEl.addEventListener('click', function() {
	if (!wide) {
		// finding the value here is hard, so we just set a string with an arbituary unit = '320px';
		wide = true;
	} else { = oldeWidth;
		wide = false;
}, false)

// ======================================= width typed om style
// get element
const typedWidthEl = document.querySelector('.width-typed');
// get width -> does _not_ force relayout \o/
let typedWidth = typedWidthEl.computedStyleMap().get('width');
// add click & change width
typedWidthEl.addEventListener('click', function() {
	// we don't need a flag anymore, number types come with an equals method!
	typedWidth = CSS.px(300).equals(typedWidth) ? CSS.px(320) : CSS.px(300);
	// set value
	this.attributeStyleMap.set('width', typedWidth);
}, false)

// ======================================= transform olde
// get element
const oldeTransformEl = document.querySelector('.transform-olde');
// this returns a matrix and is pretty useless to us
const oldeTransform = getComputedStyle(oldeTransformEl).transform;
// let's update the custom property instead'--rotate', '15deg');

// ================================== transform typed way
// get element
const typedTransformEl = document.querySelector('.transform-typed');
// get transform -> returns array of all transform values as types
let typedTransform = typedTransformEl.computedStyleMap().get('transform');
// create a new transform
const transform = new CSSTransformValue([
  new CSSRotate(CSS.deg(30)),
  new CSSScale(CSS.number(1.2), CSS.number(1.2))
typedTransformEl.attributeStyleMap.set('transform', transform);

console.log('%cOlde width value: ', 'background-color:#E4A834; color: white; padding: 4px; border: 2px solid #B3346C', oldeWidth);
console.log('%cTyped OM width value: ', 'background-color:#B3346C; color: white; padding: 4px; border: 2px solid #E4A834', typedWidth);
console.log('%cOlde transform value: ', 'background-color:#277E9E; color: white; padding: 4px; border: 2px solid #832B76', oldeTransform);
console.log('%cTyped OM transform value: ', 'background-color:#832B76; color: white; padding: 4px; border: 2px solid #277E9E', typedTransform);