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CSS rules that will make your life easier
about css syntax and maintainability. Some stuff about naming but other considerations too. A lot of it is more relevant to large projects with many different coders, so not so applicable to me, one-man studio
webdesign  web  design  code  coding  css  naming  bem  atomic  syntax  properties 
6 weeks ago by piperh
Why I use the BEM naming convention for my CSS - YouTube
a geezer explains about his bem and why you should use it or at least some kind of naming convention.
He says OK css nesting on small sites. On big sites will lead to problems.
You end putting classes (sometimes several) on every element in the html.
bem ties in well with sass - both use the double underscore.
webdesign  web  design  css  bem  naming  convention  block  element  modifier  sass  class 
november 2018 by piperh
ABEM. A more useful adaptation of BEM. | CSS-Tricks
an approach to modifying BEM css convention - atomic bem. Looks overly complex for my projects but has some stimulating ideas
webdesign  web  design  css  bem  abem  atomic  styles  naming  convention  class  structure 
january 2018 by piperh
Copywriter, branding, contenidos para web
copywriter linked at foot of Col.legi Oficial Disseny Gràfic, dissenygrafic.org
marketing  copywriter  copywriting  copy  text  brand  identity  naming  communication  content  barcelona 
july 2017 by piperh
BEM by Example | Sparkbox | Web Design and Development
They say: BEM naming provides three specific benefits:
• communicates purpose or function
• communicates component structure
• sets consistent low-level specificity for styling selectors
webdesign  web  design  css  bem  naming  code  coding  block  element  modifier 
june 2017 by piperh
Enhancing modular design with BEM — Medium
article explaining and defining BEM - block element module
webdesign  web  design  code  coding  bem  block  element  module  method  methodology  modular  convention  naming  style 
may 2016 by piperh

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