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Jonathan Snook discusses why you should categorize the various functions of the CSS code within your project (base, layout, module, state, and theme) as well as how each element works within the design.
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SMACSS: Project Organization 00:04:13
 
 
SMACSS: Changing State with Pseudo-classes 00:05:28
 
 
SMACSS: Changing State with JavaScript 00:03:40
 
 
SMACSS: Depth of Applicability 00:05:49
 
 
SMACSS: Naming Convention 00:06:33
 
 
SMACSS: Categorizing CSS 00:03:17
 
 
SMACSS: Introduction to a Scalable and Modular Arc... 00:02:11
 
 
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