How to Perform a CSS Audit: Stylesheets Don’t Have to be Awful

When we begin work on an existing codebase, one of the first things we will do is a CSS Audit. The main impact of disorganized and poorly maintained CSS are slower development as a team wades through unclear code, and a broken site, as poorly scoped selectors result in collisions and overriding of styles.

This audit process assesses how organized the project's CSS is, how up to date the pipeline for evaluating and building it is, and how well structured and disciplined the team is that writes the CSS. Here are the steps you could use to run your own CSS Audit.

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CSS3/Best Practices Part 2

Amidst the hustle and bustle of daily life at Quick Left, and time has slipped by, but finally part 2 for CSS best practices has arrived! Rejoice! It only took a month and a half. Let's get to business, I've got clients to think about here! Let's talk about the conversations you should be having with your clients and bosses (oh those pesky ne'er-do-futures!) about using CSS3 on your next site. How should you approach it?
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