Scaling CSS Components with BEM, REMs, & EMs

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Scaling CSS Components with BEM, REMs, & EMs

Using relative units for measurements has a lot of advantages, but can cause a lot of heartache if inheritance goes wrong. But as I’ll demonstrate, BEM methodology and some clever standardization can ...

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