Archive for the ‘naming’ Category

Coding CSS for Context

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Snook on naming a class: Here's what's important: We want to identify that this is a variation on our button. We want to indicate the purpose of this button style. We want to avoid tying the code to a particular context that could change. Direct Lin...

CSS Rooster

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A Bot that Writes CSS Classes for HTML with Deep Learning I played with it for a bit to see if I could get it to do anything impressively analytic. I took some semantic HTML and removed all the class names from it with the RegEx class="[a-zA-Z0-9:;.s()...

Managing Typography on Large Apps

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Harry Roberts suggest very minimal styles for h1-h6, then using heading-specific class names to actually style them, regardless of what element they turn out to be. I could get behind that. In the past I've done .h1, .h2, etc rather than use the tag se...