BEM (Block Element Modifier) is a methodology of class naming used to create cohesive and structured code. It is a system of organizing CSS classes to make front end development more organized and easier to maintain. By using this class naming methodology, you can make development much easier since you can find and modify elements quickly.
BEM class names help to create the understanding of which element belongs to which block and the styling that element should have. It also helps to apply classes to any element, making it easier to style in relation to the block it belongs in.
BEM gives developers a well-defined system for writing and managing the CSS of their projects. It allows developers to easily focus on visual elements of the website instead of digging through thousands of lines of code.
Webflow integrates with BEM to allow you to quickly and easily design complex websites without having to code every single element. Webflow uses an Intelligent Coding System that helps you to quickly create responsive websites without needing to have any coding knowledge. You’ll benefit from the speed, accuracy, and efficiency of this intelligent coding system.
Webflow also has support for BEM in their library of components, allowing developers to use BEM classes to create reusable components for their websites. By creating components, you can quickly and easily move elements around the website with just a few clicks.
By integrating BEM class naming methodology with Webflow, you can create beautiful and organized websites that are easier to manage and read. This improved code structure will help make your website more efficient and help you stay organized while designing.