Taking the BEM Naming Convention a Step Further

Anybody who’s followed me or my work for any length of time will no doubt know that I’m a huge proponent of the BEM naming convention. What I’m about to talk about in this post is not an alternative or different naming convention to BEM, but an augmentation: small additions that level BEM up a notch. This extended BEM syntax has been dubbed BEMIT, as it borrows some paradigms and patterns from the (as yet unpublished) Inverted Triangle CSS architecture. BEM + ITCSS = BEMIT. Continue reading “Taking the BEM Naming Convention a Step Further”