A CSS playground
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So, I was planning to work up a post comparing some different grid design systems, and then I realized that the one I’m spending most of my time with, Semantic.gs, relies on the use of a preprocessor. Specifically, Semantic.gs is built to run on LESS, but it works just as well with SASS (which, as luck would have it, is what I prefer to use).
It made sense to me, therefore, to first explain a) what SASS is and b) how I use it. Read more of this post
This is a blog; I have a blog now. Blogs are cool.
I’m going to be using this space to post links to various CSS-related things. Articles from other sites like Smashing Magazine and A List Apart as well as my own bits and experiments testing my capabilities with site design, front-end development, and CSS styling.
It should be fun.