# This file follows the WordPress CSS standards as closely as possible. For any # linters that aren't listed in this file, we're accepting the default settings. # https://make.wordpress.org/core/handbook/best-practices/coding-standards/css/ # Linter documentation: http://git.io/vG7gu # See also: http://sass-guidelin.es/ linters: Comment: enabled: false # We'll be minifying CSS, which will remove comments. DisableLinterReason: enabled: true # We should document exceptions to the rules. DuplicateProperty: enabled: false # We may need to do this in order to support old browsers. IdSelector: enabled: false # WordPress spits out IDs like it's going out of style (which it is). Indentation: enabled: true character: tab width: 1 # Because the WP standards say so. LeadingZero: enabled: true style: include_zero # WordPress standards say this is the cool thing to do. PropertySortOrder: enabled: true order: smacss # This is the closest thing we could find to the order suggested by WP. PropertySpelling: enabled: true extra_properties:  # This is enabled by default. We're leaving a place to add extra properties. SingleLinePerProperty: enabled: true allow_single_line_rule_sets: false # The WP standards say that single line rule sets are verboten. StringQuotes: enabled: true style: double_quotes # In WP land, all the cool kids use double quotes. UrlFormat: enabled: false # We'll need to use URLs with domains in order to load our fonts. UrlQuotes: enabled: false # WP standards say that quotes in URLs are for wimps.