"Your code has no class!" with Estelle Weyl

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345 Spear St

345 Spear St · San Francisco, CA

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Event is on the 7th floor

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Pick an element, any element. Style it. Manipulate it. No IDs. No classes. No frameworks necessary. This month, SFHTML5 is taking a deep dive into features of selectors in CSS and JavaScript that enable you to select any DOM node, even imaginary DOM nodes based on attributes, relation to other elements, location in the DOM, or just an element’s mere existence (or lack thereof). We'll cover everything from the specificity of the * global selector, to parent selectors in JS without libraries, to how to pick the 5th to last default selected checkbox without adding any specificity to your CSS or characters to your markup.

From the co-author of CSS: The Definitive Guide, and the CSS teacher for FrontEnd Masters, you'll learn more than you ever wanted to know about CSS Selectors, specificity and tricks for scoping.

About the speaker
Estelle Weyl (@estellevw) is a consulting web developer, trainer, author and speaker. She speaks and leads workshops on web development all over the world. Her books have been translated into over 14 languages. She's been coding CSS, HTML, and JavaScript since 1999 and she organizes the Perf Matters conference (@perfmattersconf).

Schedule:
* 5:00 PM Doors open. Note: the event is on the 7th floor.
* 6:30-6:40 PM Announcements by SFHTML5's @peterlubbers
* 6:40-8:00 PM Estelle's presentation + Q&A
* Event ends

Notes:
* Online registration for this event closes (on Meetup) at 12 noon on the day of the event.
* On-site registration (for registered attendees) closes at 7 PM.
* Please register on Meetup for this event. For security reasons, unregistered guests and +1s are not allowed. Every attendee must be a member of SFHTML5 (on Meetup) and register for the event (RSVP Yes) before noon on the day of the event to enter the event; no exceptions.
* This event will be recorded and posted on the SFHTML5 YouTube channel soon after the event. A link to the playlist will be posted in this meetup and the complete archive can be found at bit.ly/sfhtml5videos