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KABEMS

by konstantin24121 ST2/ST3

KBEMS Grammar for Sublime Text with KABEMS and BEM methodologies

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KABEMS

KBEMS Grammar for Sublime Text with KABEMS and BEM methodologies based on SCSS Version 2 Grammar by Mario “Kuroir” Ricalde

Installation

With Package Control

See http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control/installation for instructions.

Open the palette (Control+Shift+P or Command+Shift+P) in Sublime Text and select Package Control: Install Package and then select “KABEMS” from the list.

Manually

Also hightlighter work with classic BEM

Support Monokai Extended Theme

Example

Documentation of available snippets (SCSS):

cntx → Generate context in SCSS

     el → Generate element in SCSS

  kbems → Generate simple structure

    mod → Generate modificator in SCSS

     st → Generate statment in SCSS

  subel → Generate subelement in SCSS

All snippets compatible with Emmet

License

Copyright © 2016 Konstantin Viikset