Can expand old Mac IE WAFF web page archive files, among other things. (via @mildlydiverting)
CSS Guidelines (2.1.3) – High-level advice and guidelines for writing sane, manageable, scalable CSS
An extensive styleguide for writing CSS by Harry Roberts. (via @mattpointblank)
@phl Very good.
My fall at the pool this morning, my near WATERFALL, has ended up with me feeling a lot less AGILE. (sorry)
@mattpointblank I hadn’t seen that, thanks! How have you found BEM vs SMACSS. If 140 chars is enough…
@alicebartlett :) But I want more rules! Do you have any guidelines for how people should name classes etc?
@jwheare i.e., use SASS or LESS to manage and combine the stylesheets and common variables etc. SMACSS or BEM to name classes.
@jwheare SMACSS, BEM are guidelines for naming classes etc. Kind of rigorous style guides. SASS&LESS are different and you’re missing out :)
@Alby Yeah, I really liked that - both the explanation of the thought process and the final result.
@phl That someone would be me.
So, CSS nerds! SMACSS, BEM, SUIT, something else? What’s your favourite attempt to make CSS more bearable?
@whoisdanw Are you testing the distribution for William Gibson’s new book?
@phil_wright I will bring harmony to the fractious world of invisible characters!
I am The Man Who Doesn’t Care About Tabs v Spaces.
First morning back at pool: slipped up, BANG flat on tiles. Thankfully, broke my fall with knee, elbow and ribs rather than head. Bruised.