Launching BEM Basics: A Free Email Course on BEMPublished: March 3rd 2020
A 5-day free email course that covers the fundamentals of the CSS methodology BEM, including practical examples and a step-by-step guide to easily get started.Read more...
How To Name Containers And Wrappers In BEMPublished: February 18th 2020
What are BEM best practices for the naming conventions of wrapper and container CSS classes?Read more...
In this article, we'll take a deep dive into answering this question.
BEM Grandchildren: How To Handle Deeply Nested ElementsPublished: January 21st 2020
Are you unclear how to follow the correct BEM naming conventions when you have an element which is deeply nested 2 or 3 layers inside a block?Read more...
These are commonly known as 'grandchild' elements as they are typically nested two levels deep.
BEM Methodology In CSS: A Quick Start GuidePublished: January 14th 2020
This is a quickstart guide to learning BEM, the component-driven CSS methodology.Read more...
If you want to start practicing and applying BEM to your projects, this guide will help you get started.
Is Sass Worth Learning In 2020?Published: December 31st 2019
Learn if Sass is a worthy learning opportunity going into 2020, answering common questions like:Read more...
Isn't PostCSS taking over Sass? I only work on small websites, do I need Sass?
How To Stop Writing Messy & Unscalable CSSPublished: December 24th 2019
“I have 4 .css files and in total, they’re over 10,000 lines of code. How did things get so big?”Read more...
CSS files can get out of control, pretty quickly.
But it doesn't have to be this way.
Let's dive into some actionable CSS techniques to help you write more modular & flexible code: