I’m wondering how specific should I make CSS selectors?
Should I include as many ancestor selectors as possible when selecting HTML elements?
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You should include those selectors that satisfy your creative intentions and desired style of your page.
Great question, even I had this in my mind till I found out about
Google css bem and read more about it.
BEM, your CSS is easy to build, maintain and refactor by you or any other developer who is going to own your project in future. I highly recommend this technique to use.
One more reason I liked BEM as React or any other JS framework makes you think on basic of component ( independant block / element of web page / app ) while building web app.
BEM helps your thinking to align with
No, as few as possible.
Keep the specificity flat (mainly using classes) and do not tie the styles to the DOM structure if you do not have to.
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