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I read some articles and it seems that using multiple classes in CSS is encouraged. I am curious to find out if there is a maximum number of classes an element can have before this multiple class solution loses its benefits. (It may become a speed matter of some sort)
For example I have a project which uses 4 types of fonts, 4 types of font sizes, 4 type of font colours and so on. Is it better to divide these styles in very small classes and assign them to different classes or just try to handle the code on bigger chunks, in which case the style file will be obviously bigger and not DRY.
I believe that besides a little more work and the code becoming a little more difficult to follow there should not be any other major drawbacks. Am I right?