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[Request] An excellent CSS scalable guide

I came across this which piqued my interest: https://github.com/byrichardpowell/CSS-Style

I would love something more detailed. My CSS skills I would say are 7.5 out of 10. I tend to be extremely deliberate and perfect in the beginning, when the project is months in and I'm still adding and removing things my styles don't scale well... I would love a better and more in-depth guide on how to do it right from the start.

about 4 years ago, by pineapple

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katsu

katsu, about 4 years ago

katsu

Here's another good one from the creator of inuit.css: https://github.com/csswizardry/CSS-Guidelines

katsu, about 4 years ago


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