The keywords within the declaration of an element do not follow a standard ordering scheme.
A violation of this rule occurs when the keywords within an element’s declaration do not follow a standard ordering scheme.
Within an element declaration, keywords must appear in the following order:
All other keywords
Using a standard ordering scheme for element declaration keywords can make the code more readable by highlighting the access level of each element. This can help prevent elements from being given a higher access level than needed.
How To Fix Violations
To fix an instance of this violation, order the keywords in the element’s declaration as described above.