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Published on Nov 9, 2018
If you've watched any of my recent videos, you'll know that I use the BEM naming convention for my CSS classes. In this video, I explore why I use it, and why I think you should, at the very least, use some sort of naming convention.
BEM stands for Block, Element, Modifier, and it presents us with a way to make more organized and readable CSS.
I like BEM (mostly, I'm not super strict with my use of it) and think it's a great methodology for naming my CSS classes, but there are many others such as OOCSS, SMACSS, Atomic, and many others. BEM isn't the right answer, it's simply one possible answer. I strongly suggest you read up on the others as well and try to adopt one that you think makes the most sense.