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Reasonable System for CSS Stylesheet Structure

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rscss

Styling CSS without losing your sanity

Reasonable System for CSS Stylesheet Structure.
A set of simple ideas to guide your process of building maintainable CSS.

Introduction

Any CSS greater than 1000 lines will get unwieldy. You'll eventually run into these common pitfalls:

  • "What does this class mean?"
  • "Is this class still being used?"
  • "If I make a new class
    green
    , will there be a clash?"

rscss is an attempt to make sense of all these. It is not a framework. It's simply a set of ideas to guide your process of building maintainable CSS for any modern website or application.

Let's get started by learning about components. Continue → <!-- {p:.pull-box} -->


rscss © 2015+, Rico Sta. Cruz. Released under the MIT License.
Authored and maintained by Rico Sta. Cruz with help from contributors (list). <!-- {p: style='display:none'} -->

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