Structure and Organization of CSS

Posted by: K. Scott Allen, on 07 Mar 2012 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

A few people have asked me how to keep their cascading style sheets under control. This isn't a question related to LESS and SASS, although both of them can help build maintainable styles, but more of a question about how to keep a team from hacking a stylesheet until it grows to rival the complexity of the United States tax code. Here are a few thoughts. 1) Try A Framework Even if you don't use a framework in your product, you can learn from one, and borrow ideas. Over the last couple years...

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