SASS

SMACSS

What is SMACSS? SMACSS stands for Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS. It is pronounced “smacks” and introduced by Jonathan Snook. Why SMACSS? SMACSS…

Sass Control Directives

What are Sass Control Directives? Sass control directives helps creating libraries for reuse and distribution, there by contribute to writing leaner Sass. Advanced frameworks…

Sass – Variables

Native CSS variable support is still in its infancy, but Sass affords us a way to set reusable values. In Sass, Variable names begin…

Sass Introduction

CSS is crafted to be simple, but overtime your styles become large and your files become bloated with selectors grwoing out of control. Scaling…

Foundation 5 New Features

ZURB’s Foundation framework is a feature-rich, easy to implement,  light weight framework for designing responsive web applications. Designed with mobile-first approach in mind,  it comes…

Structure Your Sass

Sass enables your you to separate your stylesheets into individual files, and then you can use the @import directive to include your individual files into one…

Sass for CSS

Sass is a scripting langauage that is interpreted into CSS. Sass stands for Syntatically Awesome Stylesheets.  Sass consists of two syntaxes. The original syntax, called “the indented…