13 Apr '14, 9am

SASS & Static Webpages (No Framework, Please!)

SASS & Static Webpages (No Framework, Please!)

Here is a quick tip for users who like the idea of using SASS -powered stylesheets, but may not want to bother setting up a development framework to do so. A Really Quick Intro to SASS If you’re not familiar, SASS (“semantically awesome stylesheets”) builds off your existing CSS knowledge, but tosses some dynamic spice into the mix. The result leaves you with increased power and flexibility as a coder/designer. An example of SASS in action looks as follows (compared to the equivalent CSS ): Note: refer to the post comments (below) for community feedback regarding recent updates to SASS syntax – some of the above code may be deprecated. The result is code that is easier to read, takes up less space, and supports the very helpful nesting of styling rules. Another tremendously useful feature is the ability to use variables throughout all of your stylesheets — something that b...

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