HI Philip! :D
Great write up! Anyone have any input as to why nesting is to be avoided? I use it quite a lot in my own projects.
Hi Evan, i don't avoid nesting entirely, but the danger is that you have a lot of specificity variance which makes it difficult to quickly understand how styles are being applied and overridden. This is documented in Harry Robert's CSS Guidelines: https://cssguidelin.es/#specificity
Following what Philip said, this post from Slack's engineering team has a great visualization of specificity, and a description of why the team refactored the way it did.
Thanks for the clarification Clarke and Philip!
"... I figured I would some thoughts on the type of CSS that I like to write and use."
I think you missed a word after 'would'? Nice writeup nonetheless.