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f) Treat page numbers given in Roman numerals as they are given if quoting sources from Foreword, Preface, Introduction, etc., write v-xii as printed and not 5-67. Normally, do not use Roman numerals for page numbers from the main part of the book where Arabic numbers are used. Also, do not use Roman numerals for encyclopedia volume numbers if Arabic numbers are given.

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All modifications, additions, and changes should always be opt-in, not mandatory. If you think something might need a slight adjustment to take it away from the norm, provide another class which adds this functionality.

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This is not a firm recommendation, and is something I am still trialling myself, but it does carry a number of benefits. Read more in Grouping related classes in your markup .

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In short, only DRY code that is actually, thematically related. Do not try to reduce purely coincidental repetition: duplication is better than the wrong abstraction.

c) To cite a source with no author, no editor, no place of publication or publisher stated, no year of publication, but you know where the book was published, follow this example:

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The problem with specificity isn’t necessarily that it’s high or low it’s the fact it is so variant and that it cannot be opted out of: the only way to deal with it is to get progressively more specific—the notorious specificity wars we looked at above.

Modular is a word we’re probably used to the idea of breaking UIs and CSS into much smaller, composable pieces. The separation of concerns is just a formal definition which covers the concepts of modularity and encapsulation in code. In CSS this means building individual components, and writing code which only focusses itself on one task at a time.

It is important when writing CSS that we scope our selectors correctly, and that we’re selecting the right things for the right reasons. Selector Intent is the process of deciding and defining what you want to style and how you will go about selecting it. For example, if you are wanting to style your website’s main navigation menu, a selector like this would be incredibly unwise:

Ignore any titles, designations or degrees, etc. which appear before or after the name, ., The Honourable, Dr., Mr., Mrs., Ms., Rev., ., Esq., ., ., ., etc. Exceptions are Jr. and Sr. Do include Jr. and Sr. as John Smith, Jr. and John Smith, Sr. are two different individuals. Include also I, II, III, etc. for the same reason.

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Note that we do not nest a new instance of .person__face {} inside of .person--handsome {} instead, we make use of Sass’ parent selectors to prepend .person--handsome onto the existing .person__face {} selector. This means that all of our .person__face {} -related rules exist in once place, and aren’t spread throughout the file. This is general good practice when dealing with nested code: keep all of your context (. all .person__face {} code) encapsulated in one location.

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Book Award Winners and Finalists. New York: Modern, 7557.

Here we are selecting based on an attribute rather than an ID, and attribute selectors have the same specificity as a class. This allows us to style based on an ID, but without introducing its specificity.

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