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HTML & CSS
Hugo Giraudel, Mar 27

A Creative Grid System With Sass and calc()

Hugo experiments with some advanced Sass features along with CSS's calc() function to create a flexible grid system.
28 COMMENTs
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Hugo Giraudel, Mar 18

Creating a Rainbow Border with Sass

Hugo uses Sass to create a reusable function to mimic a technique used on Treehouse blog and some other websites where a border is given multiple colors.
53 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Hugo Giraudel, Mar 13

My Current CSS and Sass Styleguide

Hugo Giraudel gives some suggestions on how to keep CSS and Sass code more maintainable.
23 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Brad Barrow, Mar 11

Using Sass To Semantically @extend Bootstrap

Bootstrap is a great tool but it produces awful code that is difficult to read and maintain. We'll use Sass to make Bootstrap classes easier to maintain.
9 COMMENTs
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Hugo Giraudel, Mar 06

Dealing with Color Schemes in Sass

Many websites have styles set up as color modules. This articles considers how Sass can be used to make color schemes DRY and modular.
38 COMMENTs
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Hugo Giraudel, Feb 27

Architecture for a Sass Project

Some suggestions for organizing modules in a Sass project for easier development and maintainability. Helpful for those working on a team or on their own.
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Thomas Snow, Feb 21

[Video] Intro to Sass: A World Where Front-end Dev Isn't Quite So Sucky

A quick video introduction to three of the most popular preprocessors: Sass, Haml, and CoffeeScript.
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Hugo Giraudel, Feb 17

Is Compass to Sass what jQuery is to JavaScript?

What exactly is compass in comparison to Sass? Can their relationship be compared to that of jQuery and JavaScript?
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Hugo Giraudel, Feb 12

A Sass Component in 10 Minutes

This post demonstrates how we can build a modular, reusable, DRY Sass component using a number of different Sass features.
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Hugo Giraudel, Feb 05

What Nobody Told You About Sass's @extend

Most Sass developers have a basic grasp of @extend. This article expands on the topic and shows you some things you might not know.