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CSS Style Guide

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Every CSS author has his preferred way of writing code. For example, some people prefer to write each property and selector on a separate line, while others would rather have everything on one single line. Some authors never add a semicolon to the last property on a selector (because it isn’t necessary); others prefer to remove the space between the colon and the value of a property. The list goes on.

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© 2011 Antony Kennedy and Inayaili de León

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Kennedy, A., de León, I. (2011). CSS Style Guide. In: Pro CSS for High Traffic Websites. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4302-3289-6_2

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