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HTML_OK stands for HTML Overkill. So it may or may not be okay at all.

But for some of us who likes more freedom in styling our markups, HTML_OK saves the day.

HTML_OK is a framework that utilizes “frames” or extra HTML elements like <div> and <span> for the purpose of becoming styling hooks.

The lean way (4 lines, 145 bytes):

See the Pen HTML_OK: The Lean Way by Brian Dys Sahagun (@BrianSahagun) on CodePen.

The overkill way (30 lines, 1294 bytes):

See the Pen HTML_OK: The Overkill Way by Brian Dys Sahagun (@BrianSahagun) on CodePen.

That’s almost a tenfold increase from being lean to being overkill!

HTML_OK’s Superpower

Now, let’s see how flexible it is to style a markup with structured hooks.

See the Pen HTML_OK: Author Component – Style 1 by Brian Dys Sahagun (@BrianSahagun) on CodePen.

See the Pen HTML_OK: Author Component – Style 2 by Brian Dys Sahagun (@BrianSahagun) on CodePen.





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