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  • Use one discrete selector per line in multi-selector rulesets.
  • Include a single space before the opening brace of a ruleset.
  • Include one declaration per line in a declaration block.
  • Use one level of indentation for each declaration.
  • Include a single space after the colon of a declaration.
  • Use lowercase and shorthand hex values, e.g., #aaa.
  • Use single or double quotes consistently. Preference is for double quotes, e.g., content: “”.
  • Quote attribute values in selectors, e.g., input[type=”checkbox”].
  • Where allowed, avoid specifying units for zero-values, e.g., margin: 0.
  • Include a space after each comma in comma-separated property or function values.
  • Include a semi-colon at the end of the last declaration in a declaration block.
  • Place the closing brace of a ruleset in the same column as the first character of the ruleset.
  • Separate each ruleset by a blank line.

Editor plugins

stylelint-config.json is our default Stylelint config. If the project setup needs to modify these settings you can override rules in the .stylelintrc config.

For example, changing indentation to four spaces and turning off the number-leading-zero rule:

  "extends": "./stylelint-config.json",
  "rules": {
    "indentation": 4,
    "number-leading-zero": null,

Read more about extending rules.

Temporary turning off rules

Rules can be temporarily turned off by using special comments in your CSS. See Configuration rules for a list of commands.


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