This is a very short post by Peter Foti giving what I think is a very good suggestion for readable CSS. The only criticism I have is that you should avoid the ID selector he's using, and use a class instead. But the imaginary descendant selector he's indicating (which is great for development code before you minimize and push to production) is a nice piece of advice that might work well with modular CSS where you try to avoid the descendant selector as much as possible.
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