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Once more: BEM


Starting to use BEM for CSS in 2013/14 gave us a distinct boost to quality and performance.

It’s not that we didn’t know how to write modular CSS before. But BEM is like burning down your venue, leaving only low level CSS specificity.

And once you’ve figured out there’s some (element type based) pseudo scope with BEM, you’re about to write even more modular CSS.

As long as CSS does not provide scope, I think BEM is the best workaround we have.

Read more: ‘Why BEM?’ in a nutshell

Ghost 0.7

Ghost Screenshot

It works.
I like.

Tomorrow someone might tell you Google has a new logo.
— And then you go:

Yeahyeah Source:

Can we please send Michael J. Fox back to the 90s to fix some stuff evolving into Office 2016?

What a mess!

Our team: developing web software for years now but loading the office’s dishwasher like never having heard about the Gang of Four.

Superman or Batman? (Tip box at some Berlin hipster ice cream vendor.)


Insert facepalm: _______

You have not logged in since June 2011, when we reset all passwords on the site.

— 2011, rly?

Learning a lot from just watching the Ghost dev team these days. Impressed by the way they plan and discuss features w/ the community. *

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