Rails DOM naming conventions?

When I'm making views in Rails I am using my own naming conventions for
dom id's and classes:

<div id="posts" class="posts">
  <div id="post_23" class="post">
    <h2 id="post_23_headline" class="headline">Ruby on Rails</h2>
    <p id="post_23_content" class="content">Lorem ipsum dolor sit
amet.</p>
  </div>
  <div id="post_24 class="post">
    ...
  </div>
</div>

I've been trying to Google a little around, trying to find an answer,
but are there any official or semi-official naming conventions for id's
and classes in the view out there?

Or is it more like a personal preference?

When I'm making views in Rails I am using my own naming conventions for
dom id's and classes:

<div id="posts" class="posts">
<div id="post_23" class="post">
<h2 id="post_23_headline" class="headline">Ruby on Rails</h2>
<p id="post_23_content" class="content">Lorem ipsum dolor sit
amet.</p>
</div>
<div id="post_24 class="post">
...
</div>
</div>

I've been trying to Google a little around, trying to find an answer,
but are there any official or semi-official naming conventions for id's
and classes in the view out there?

Perhaps you are looking for the dom_id, dom_class, div_for helpers ?

Fred

Frederick Cheung wrote:

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I've been trying to Google a little around, trying to find an answer,
but are there any official or semi-official naming conventions for id's
and classes in the view out there?

Perhaps you are looking for the dom_id, dom_class, div_for helpers ?

These are not conventions. They're after all just helper methods. But
it's right that they're keeping some conventions when it comes to naming
id's and classes too.