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Modular CSS

Wednesday, July 5th, 2006

This isn’t a new idea but looking at people’s code it doesn’t seem to be a particularly widely used practice: modular CSS. That’s a poncy name for the very simple idea of grouping related styles into separate stylesheets. The same set of tasks turn up on project after project and a little careful thought can [...]

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  • Jul 5th, 2006
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5 Tips for Organizing Your CSS

Wednesday, July 5th, 2006

Working with CSS on freelance work, and my job made me start thinking about the best way to standardize and organize the way I write my CSS. So, I proposed the question to my 9rules friends to collect the best tips from the best designers.
1) This tip is perhaps the most useful because it [...]

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  • Jul 5th, 2006
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Semantics, HTML, XHTML, and Structure

Monday, June 19th, 2006

Good HTML structure is based on logic, order, and using semantically correct markup. If you have a heading use the heading element, beginning with the H1 element. If you have a paragraph, use a paragraph element. If you have a list, use a list item element. If you’re quoting a few lines, use a blockquote [...]


Saturday, June 10th, 2006

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CSS Organization Part 2

Monday, June 5th, 2006

Do you write and manage large CSS files? Ever get tired of scrolling up and down in search of a specific rule or set of rules? The CSS files are often quite long, requiring constant scrolling up and down several screen’s worth of text to alter rules or add new ones.
Grouping your CSS rules
Every project [...]

  • CSS
  • Jun 5th, 2006
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