CSS is untidy. At the very least, when teams and projects get bigger, things always tend to get messy.
This book is for you if you've ever struggled with specificity difficulties by yelling "important!" at them or discovered that the elements of your website are becoming so intricately entwined that you're hesitant to make any changes.
This book is for your coworkers if you've ever started a project and been baffled by the current code. SMACCS (Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS) investigates methods that can make your web pages easier to administer.
a flexible manual for creating both tiny and large websites. SMACSS, which stands for Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS and is pronounced "smacks," is more of a style guide than a strict framework. There isn't a library inside this site that you can download or set up. To adapt those strict frameworks into a flexible thought process, you can use SMACSS to analyze your design approach. It's an effort to codify a uniform methodology for CSS site creation. And frankly, who these days doesn't create a website using CSS?
Learn about the four categories of state-based design CSS rules and how using this method of development can facilitate working on bigger projects and with bigger teams.