Found 9 Articles for SASS

How to Create a Combined Child Selector in SASS?

Ayushya Saxena
Updated on 19-Jul-2023 11:53:23


Systematically Awesome Style Sheets, or Sass, is an extension to the core CSS language that performs the role of a pre-processor. Its main goal is to enhance CSS with more advanced features and a more sophisticated look. Sass gives developers the ability to use a completely CSS-compatible syntax by permitting the use of variables, nested rules, mixins, inline imports, inheritance, and other capabilities. Sass positions itself as a very strong and effective extension language for CSS, expertly defining the style of documents in a thorough and organised way. Its fundamental value comes from its capacity to manage large style sheets ... Read More

Why SASS is considered better than LESS?

Rushi Javiya
Updated on 11-May-2023 14:27:10


SASS and LESS are CSS preprocessor languages that help developers write CSS more quickly, reduce code duplication, and create modular stylesheets. Instead of writing repetitive code for each property, Sass and Less allow us to define variables for values like colors, font sizes, and other properties, which can be easily reused throughout our stylesheets. This makes updating styles across a project easier and maintains consistency throughout our design. However, Sass is considered better than Less for several reasons. Let’s understand the features and functionality of both of them. So that you can get more clearance about these preprocessor languages and ... Read More

What is the difference between SASS and SCSS?

Rushi Javiya
Updated on 11-May-2023 14:23:58


SASS is a language extension of CSS that can add new features for writing stylesheets easier. At the same time, Compass is a framework built on top of SASS that provides more functionality and simplifies the development of stylesheets. This means that every valid CSS3 stylesheet is a valid SCSS as well. The extension we use for scss files is .scss. SCSS uses the indentation of lines rather than brackets or semi-colons to identify the line blocks. Although no longer the primary syntax, the indented syntax will continue to be supported. Files in the indented syntax use the extension .sass ... Read More

What is the difference between LESS and SASS?

Rushi Javiya
Updated on 11-May-2023 14:20:57


SASS and LESS are two popular CSS preprocessors that offer additional features to enhance the efficiency of CSS coding. While both of these preprocessors are quite similar, there are a few differences that set them apart from each other. In this tutorial, we will explore the differences between SASS and LESS. What is SASS? SASS, also known as Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets, provides features like variables, nesting, and mixins to simplify and streamline the CSS writing process. SASS code is written in .scss or .sass files and compiled into regular CSS files for use on the ... Read More

What is the difference between Compass and SASS?

Rushi Javiya
Updated on 11-May-2023 14:14:23


SASS is a language extension of CSS that adds new features to make writing stylesheets easier. At the same time, Compass is a framework built on top of SASS that provides more functionality and simplifies the development of stylesheets. In this tutorial, we will explore the features of SASS and Compass and highlight the distinctions between these two tools. What is SASS? SASS is like a helper tool that makes writing CSS easier and more efficient. It provides additional features that aren't available in regular CSS. Some of the Key Features of SASS Include Variables − We can define ... Read More

Sorting Function in SASS

Rushi Javiya
Updated on 11-May-2023 13:58:32


In this article, we will learn about the sorting function in Sass, but before moving forward, let’s have a basic idea about Sass; so sass is a powerful and popular preprocessor language for CSS that allows developers to write more efficient and maintainable stylesheets. One of the best advantages of Sass is the ability to use functions to streamline the development process. However, one function that Sass does not provide out of the box is a sorting function. Sorting is a common task in all programming languages and can be useful in many different contexts when working with stylesheets. Unfortunately, ... Read More

Last-child and last-of-type selector in SASS

Rushi Javiya
Updated on 11-May-2023 13:50:11

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The SASS provides various features over the normal CSS to write easy and maintainable code, and advanced selectors are one of them. A SASS contains the last-child, and last-of-type selectors, which we will discuss in this tutorial. Last-child Selector in SASS The ‘last-child’ selector allows developers to select the last element inside the parent element. Also, it allows you to select the last HTML element regardless of the type of the element. If the last element contains the nested child elements, it also applies style to the nested element as they are a part of the last child element. Syntax ... Read More

How to set a Variable to equal nothing in SASS?

Tarun Singh
Updated on 10-May-2023 13:10:42


SASS or Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets, is a very popular preprocessor scripting language among developers that are used to enhance the functionality of CSS. SASS allows the developers to use variables, nesting, mixins, and some other advanced features that are not available in CSS. One of the key features of using SASS is the feature of declaring variables, which are nothing but placeholders for the values that we can reuse throughout our web application stylesheet. Variables help save time and effort for the developers enabling them to update multiple values at once just by making the code more readable and ... Read More

File Splitting in SASS

Updated on 08-May-2023 16:50:42


SASS is a CSS pre-processor, that stands for Syntactically Awesome Style Sheet. The SASS code is written just like a scripting language like JavaScript, but at the time of compilation it is converted into CSS and compiled as CSS in the browser. SASS can be used with any version of CSS. It is used to enhance and advance the way of writing the code in normal CSS. In normal workspace, we are used to of writing the whole code in one single file only, that makes our code complex to read and understand for any other developer. SASS allow us ... Read More