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comment JS Framework for server-heavy and/or client-light pages
So when you are writing JS-augmenting code rather than actual HTML generation/data-bindings is it okay to have a coupling of DOM and JS symbols or should it still be avoided (or can it?)
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comment JS Framework for server-heavy and/or client-light pages
So you think it would be worth investing in choosing and using a particular framework consistently even in trivial cases above? I have read tutorials who assert that such would be overkill for an application that's already server-heavy.
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comment CSS Classes for semantics vs. styles in general cases
You also assume that all "warnings" would want to have the same style or change styles simultaneously which may also be untrue. Even if it is, why would I have to change the content? .warning should come after .red in the cascade
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comment CSS Classes for semantics vs. styles in general cases
Your answer assumes that I don't already do both (i.e. all warnings have the class warning even if they already have the class red as well)
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comment CSS Classes for semantics vs. styles in general cases
Yes, but what is ultimately emitted is still normal CSS!
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comment CSS Classes for semantics vs. styles in general cases
Re: SASS/LESS, that only allows for adherence on the back end, but since ordinary CSS/HTML is what's ultimately emitted it doesn't actually alter your markup's adherence.
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comment CSS Classes for semantics vs. styles in general cases
I meant "hyper-technical" in terms of being very strict in following the technical spec, not in terms of question specificity. Thank you for your answer!
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