Re: CSS Classes Custom - by Leonardo Lima

On Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 4:25 PM, François REMY
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>>> Would this proposal solve your needs?
>> Actually this is what I was looking for, and I guess the original proposer can appreciate it too. I only have 2 issues:
>> [François's Note: reformatted]:
>> 1. Extending any selector creates weird specificity battles as in "#ID { ... } .class { @extend #ID; ... }"
>> 2. Extended fake-selectors (%mixin) should inherit the specificity of the parent rule, not have their own.
>> Could this be useful to improve CSS Extend Rule?
> Yes, those comments look interesting; I'm sure Tab Atkins will read them and see how the overall design can take this into consideration.
> Reading your comments, maybe extending any selector isn't the simplest option the CSSWG could pursue.

Tab talks about this in example 5 of that document, it does explain
how specificity works and it seems pretty decent to me - can you
explain why it seems problematic a little more fully?

Brian Kardell :: @briankardell ::

Received on Wednesday, 8 April 2015 20:40:15 UTC