Hampton Lintorn Catlin @hcatlin and Michael Lintorn Catlin
Edited by Brian Hogan @bphogan
Design websites faster than ever using Sass—the most mature and popular CSS meta-language. Code the right way in Sass with short, clear examples of commonly used tasks in an easy-to-follow modular format. This ultimate guide to using Sass, written by its creator, is updated and expanded with all the new features found in Sass 3.4.
Use variables to easily change color values, measurements, or fonts. Pare down large style sheets into comprehensible code. Organize your Sass with media queries. Create your own layout systems and build shared tooling across projects. Learn the differences between extends and mixins. Use cutting-edge modular add-ons in the new Sass ecosystem, such as Eyeglass, Susy, and Bourbon Neat.
Make full use of all Sass’s features by updating to the most mature and powerful CSS toolchain out there.
"How better to learn about the features of Sass than from the guy who came up with it in the first place? Hampton, along with Michael, do a fantastic job of explaining the basics of Sass all the way up to the more advanced features."
–Jina Bolton, lead designer on the Salesforce Lightning Design System
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