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03:15 - What is a linter anyway? Why do you want to lint your CSS?
- Does stylelint fix errors or just tell you errors?
04:42 - Getting setup
- stylelint extension
- High perf animations
- stylelint order
- Max nesting depth
- Declaration strict value