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GeneralSplitting CSS? Pin
RandyBuchholz26-May-18 4:14
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CSS is powerful, but can throw Separation of Concerns out the window. A single class is often used for selection, box layout (height, width), and "theming" (color). What are peoples thoughts on separating CSS? For example, a skeletons.css file that only contains layout styles and a skin.css file that only contains theming styles.
// skeleton.css
.bigBox{ height: 40px; width: 40px; }
.littleBox {height:10px; width: 10px;

// skin.css
.red {color: #F00; }
.blue { color: #00F; }

// page
<div class="bigBox red"></div>
<div class="littleBox blue"></div>

The browser parses the css into box and "theme" trees when it processes them. Does doing that ourselves provide value?
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