#selector-no-qualifying-type

Disallow qualifying a selector by type.

    a.foo {}
/** ↑
 * This type selector is qualifying the class */

A type selector is "qualifying" when it is compounded with (chained to) another selector (e.g. a.foo, a#foo). This rule does not regulate type selectors that are combined with other selectors via a combinator (e.g. a > .foo, a #foo).

#Options

#true

The following patterns are considered violations:

a.foo {
  margin: 0
}
a#foo {
  margin: 0
}
input[type='button'] {
  margin: 0
}

The following patterns are not considered violations:

.foo {
  margin: 0
}
#foo {
  margin: 0
}
input {
  margin: 0
}

#Optional secondary options

#ignore: ["attribute", "class", "id"]

#"attribute"

Allow attribute selectors qualified by type.

The following patterns are not considered violations:

input[type='button'] {
  margin: 0
}

#"class"

Allow class selectors qualified by type.

The following patterns are not considered violations:

a.foo {
  margin: 0
}

#"id"

Allow ID selectors qualified by type.

The following patterns are not considered violations:

a#foo {
  margin: 0
}