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Article 2012-03-15
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Harry Roberts 5 Oct 13
Related to my last tweet is this timeless piece by : About HTML semantics and front-end architecture
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Pamela Fox 24 Apr 13
Thoughtful article on structuring CSS classnames and what semantics really means for CSS:
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Jason Long 10 Jan 13
"About HTML semantics and front-end architecture" by is one of the best blog posts I read last year.
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Jake Archibald 22 May 12
Keeping content semantics away from CSS class names works a charm. 's documents the approach brilliantly
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Brad Frost 21 May 12
I'm rereading 's thoughts about HTML semantics and front-end architecture I think its extremely smart/important
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Jonathan Nicol 10 Jun 12
~'s recent article about semantics and CSS scalability is superb.
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Snook 20 Mar 12
About HTML semantics and front-end architecture
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The Sass Way 16 Mar 12
Great read on semantics and HTML class names, with some great Sass statistics: /via
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Paul Lewis 16 Mar 12
Great article about front end architecture by . The gzip stuff I've also noticed in my own work via
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Ben Bodien 16 Mar 12
Two outstanding pieces on front-end architecture from and - and
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jacob 15 Mar 12
If you write css, you should check out this excellent article by
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Paul Irish 15 Mar 12
From , some of the best thinking on CSS & HTML maintainability ♥ the gzip research.
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