10cf746e54 I know such misconceptions exist because I myself had these doubts ruminating in the back of my mind, and have seen others express similar sentiment, without actually having tried Sass. I aim for this to be the article I wish I had read when I was first contemplating Sass but (at the time) did not consider it worthwhile. Filed under CSSReviews Tweet You may also like CSS3 For Web Designers book review On Web Typography review Responsive Web Design book review top press h previous press j next press k Comments top press h previous press j next press k Previous posts 02 Mar 2016 Create a lighthouse in Adobe Illustrator 11 Feb 2016 The design process of the Arriva logo 27 Jan 2016 Preview the new Authentic Jobs site The Deck Ads via The Deck Recommended reading Designing with Web Standards (3rd Edition) A web designer without a copy of Designing with Web Standards is like a pub without beer. This book was a great companion and reference to see if I did things correctly. cd /desktop/myproject . But to each his/her own. .. It all compiles down nicely into flat *.css file(s). # Require any additional compass plugins here.
Sass:. Ive bought it as a reference for when I would try to get my head around Sass. Table of contents I've hesitated to start with Sass. The two apps available today are:. Note: The symbol is an alias to username on OS X and Linux. If you're done with this section you've got the basics of Sass covered. config.rb file:. In fact, if you do a find-and-replace, substituting nothingness for those characters , youll be all set to start converting flat CSS files into Sass.