This book is a flexible guide to developing sites small and large. SMACSS(Pronounced “Smacs“) is more style guide than rigid framework. There is no library within here for you to download or install. SMACSS is a way to examine your design process and as a way to fit those rigid frameworks into a flexible thought process. It is an attempt to document a consistent approach to site development when using CSS. And really, who isn’t building a site with CSS these days?! Feel free to take this in its entirely or use only the parts that work best for you.
If you ever come into a project and found yourself confused by the existing code, then this book is for your co-workers. SMACSS explores techniques that can make your site more manageable.
Published: 29 June 2013
Publisher: Snook.ca Web development, Inc
About an author: Jonathan Snook is a web developer and designer who has been building websites as a hobby since 1994 and as professional since 1999. He writes about tips, tricks, and bookmarking on his blog at Snook.ca and also co-authored two books to date: The Art and Science of CSS(from Sitepoint) and Accelerated DOM Scripting(from Apress). He has written for the .net Magazine, A List Apart, Sitepoint.com, and many more resource online and off. Having worked on hundreds of web projects, including most recently on the successful Yahoo!Mail redesign, he has written this book to share his experience with building websites small and large.
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