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declaration-block-semicolon-space-after

Require a single space or disallow whitespace after the semicolons of declaration blocks.

a { color: pink; top: 0; }/**            โ†‘ * The space after this semicolon */

This rule ignores:

  • semicolons that are preceded by Less mixins
  • the last semicolon of declaration blocks

Use the block-closing-brace-*-before rules to control the whitespace between the last semicolon and the closing brace instead.

The fix option can automatically fix all of the problems reported by this rule.

Options#

string: "always"|"never"|"always-single-line"|"never-single-line"

"always"#

There must always be a single space after the semicolon.

The following patterns are considered violations:

a { color: pink;top: 0; }
a {  color: pink;  top: 0;}

The following patterns are not considered violations:

a { color: pink;}
a { color: pink; }
a { color: pink; top: 0; }

"never"#

There must never be whitespace after the semicolon.

The following patterns are considered violations:

a { color: pink; top: 0; }
a {  color: pink;  top: 0;}

The following patterns are not considered violations:

a { color: pink;}
a { color: pink; }
a { color: pink;top: 0; }

"always-single-line"#

There must always be a single space after the semicolon in single-line declaration blocks.

The following patterns are considered violations:

a { color: pink;top: 0; }

The following patterns are not considered violations:

a { color: pink; top: 0; }
a {  color: pink;  top: 0;}

"never-single-line"#

There must never be whitespace after the semicolon in single-line declaration blocks.

The following patterns are considered violations:

a { color: pink; top: 0; }

The following patterns are not considered violations:

a { color: pink;top: 0; }
a {  color: pink;  top: 0;}