A high-level overview of CSS best practices
This document covers a very high-level overview of what makes for good, performant, maintainable, manageable CSS over large projects. If you’re looking for round corners and drop-shadows, turn back now…
These guidelines are a culmination of the past several years of my career as a web developer. They are also a part the same guidelines I wrote for developers at Sky.
This document is a personal one, and for use at my place of work. I decided to share it in the hope that it might be useful to others but if you disagree with anything please remember; this is a document for me and Sky. You do not have to follow the advice given, nor do I provide any guarantee.
I decided to host this document on GitHub so that other organisations and individuals can fork it and make amends and additions as they see fit. I have licensed it under the Apache 2.0 License for formality, but all I do ask is that if you do fork, learn from and/or use any of this, please [give it a Tweet](https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=CSS+Guidelines+by+%40csswizardry%3A+https://github.com/csswizardry/CSS-Guidelines/blob/master/CSS Guidelines.md) and leave credits and attribution in place.
Copyright 2012 Harry Roberts
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