Coding Guidelines

We at are very strict when it comes to code readability and consistency. This document serves as a reference for developing internal features but also the templates that are available in our website.

Most of these guidelines (if not all) are considered as Acceptance Criteria when it comes to releasing a new template!

This document comprises what should be considered as standards when coding in order to ensure high quality and readable work.

In short, the golden rule is:

If you work on a team of 5 developers and your code looks like it’s been written by 5 different people, you’re doing it wrong!


  1. CSS
  2. HTML
  3. Misc


Base rules and declarations

File structure


Mixins are a great way to keep your code clean and your files smaller and more maintainable.

Naming conventions

File naming conventions


HTML base rules

Attribute order

Class order