Sass is completely compatible with all versions of CSS. We take this compatibility seriously, so that you can seamlessly use any available CSS libraries.
Sass boasts more features and abilities than any other CSS extension language out there. The Sass Core Team has worked endlessly to not only keep up, but stay ahead.
Sass has been actively supported for over 8 years by its loving Core Team.
Over and over again, the industry is choosing Sass as the premier CSS extension language.
Sass is actively supported and developed by a consortium of several tech companies and hundreds of developers.
- How to install SASS
- The Basics of Variables in Sass
- Nesting Your Sass
- Using Mixins
- Selector Inheritance
- Creating Configurable Shapes Using Minxins
- @import and Parent Reference
- Using Lists and @each
- Nth Function in Lists
- Built in Functions
- Build Your Own Functions
- Build Your Own Function Part 2 – If Else
- Build Your Own Function Part 3 – Total Automation with Lists
- Output Style
- For Loops
- While Loops
- Using Live Reload
- Updating to Sass 3.2.1. Media Mark
- Placeholder Selectors
- @Content – Better Media Queries in Sass
- Extending Sass and Writing a Config file
- Installing and Using Sass Globbing
- Installing Singularity Grid System
- Creating and Using a Symetrical Grid
- Asymmetric Grids
- Responsive Grids With Breakpoint
- Adding Columns at Breakpoints
- Selector Functions and Sass 3.4
- Juice, Mixins for LIfe
- Juice, Mixins for Life Part 2
- Zurb Foundation Final
- Sass Final Quiz