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5 reasons I love SASS – The Future of CSS and Stylesheets

My introduction to SASS (Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets) started with the Mobify platform, where I was introduced to SASS, Kaffeine, Dust JS and Git in mass amounts. At first, I was reluctant to use SASS - it just seemed like more work and a heck of a lot of setup. I was also confused about the whole pre-processor and how that would work with a webserver, etc. For the mobify projects, SASS is built right into the workflow - as you code your files, Compass watches those folders and compiles the SASS files down into CSS files, its Magical! (more…)

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@font-face and CSS3 Solution

I feel like I have been waiting for support for @font-face for years now. How many times have you had to make an image because a client wanted a specific type-face or have you had to limit your sites to Arial, Georgia, Verdana, and Times New Roman. Suffer no longer! (more…)

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Beautiful Cascading Stylesheets

One issue, that Im sure everyone encounters is how to correctly layout your website with CSS. Should I call the top part of my site, #header or #header-top, or #top-of-the-page-header. There are so many choices, but the real aim here is to keep your naming structure semantic by creating structure Read more…

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CSS Naming Standards

One issue, that Im sure everyone encounters is how to correctly layout your website with CSS. Should I call the top part of my site, #header or #header-top, or #top-of-the-page-header. There are so many choices, but the real aim here is to keep your naming structure semantic by creating structure Read more…