@colinkiama The author (Jeffrey Zeldman) of the article opens with "I disagree", linking to another article by Adam Morse and rejecting "non-semantic classnames".

However, the article by Morse (and another linked article by Nicolas Gallagher therein) is not against semantic classnames, but against content-semantic classnames.

So I wonder whether Zeldman and Morse were really talking about the same thing. I guess there is little dispute on non-semantic classnames being bad.


@colinkiama Either I'm missing something here, or Zeldman hasn't really read the article he "disagrees" with, yet claims that "the problem is a dozen people working on something without talking to each other". That would be ironic.

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