Write CSS without worrying that overzealous, pre-existing styles will cause problems. MaintainableCSS is an approach to writing modular, scalable and of course, maintainable CSS.Read now
Styles don't bleed or cascade without your permission.
Completely flexible to your needs.
But you can use tooling if you want to.
Read the guides and see.
Whatever size project you have, MaintainableCSS will help.
You can start applying the approach today, bit by bit. You don't need to upgrade the whole project in one go.
Avoid problems of specificity and override hell. Write CSS as if you always have a blank canvas.
Change the look and feel based on states such as loading, disabled and hiding.
When you change existing styles, have no fear that you might have caused regression elsewhere.
Useful in a team of one or in a team of 100.
MaintainableCSS embraces semantic HTML and CSS, so you get all the benefits too.
Flat and performant selectors by convention.
It's easy to spot redundant code. Find it. Delete it.
Want to test module variants against each other? MaintainableCSS makes this easy.
“A handy little read on learning how to write modular and maintainable CSS.”
— Smashing Magazine
“Finally a good book on how to write maintainable CSS.”
— Alexander Dajani
“I actually love everything about this.”
— Simon Taggart
“Totally agree with this approach to CSS.”
— Marcel Reyna