Help choose the syntax for CSS Nesting

Help choose the syntax for CSS Nesting

CSS Nesting is making the rounds yet again. Remember earlier this year when Adam and Mia put three syntax options up for a vote? Those results were tallied and it wasn’t even even close.

Now there’s another chance to speak into the future of nesting, this time over at the WebKit blog. The results from the Adam and Mia’s survey sparked further discussion and two more ideas were added to the mix. This new survey lets you choose from all five options.

Jen Simmons has put together a thorough outline of those options, including a refresher on nesting, details on how we arrived at the five options, and tons of examples that show the options in various use cases. Let’s return the favor of all the hard work that’s being done here by taking this quick one-question survey.

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CSS Nesting is making the rounds yet again. Remember earlier this year when Adam and Mia put three syntax options up for a vote? Those results were tallied and it wasn’t even even close.

Now there’s another chance …


Help choose the syntax for CSS Nesting originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter.



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