Sass is a CSS preprocessor that enables designers and developers to write DRY code. Leveraging data structures like variables, if/else statements, functions, and loops, Sass allows CSS designers to create code that’s easier to follow and less repetitive.
In this tutorial, Jen Kramer will teach you how to:
For more than a dozen years, Jen Kramer has been educating clients, colleagues, friends and graduate students about the meaning of a “quality website.” Jen develops sites that are functional, usable, accessible, and supportive of business and marketing goals. Since 2000, she has built websites in a freelance capacity and as part of an agency.
Jen is a lynda.com author with 24 published titles, including the popular Up and Running with Bootstrap 3, Web Semantics, and Joomla 3.3 Essentials: Working with Content. She has written two books published by Wrox Press (a division of Wiley), Joomla! Start to Finish: How to Plan, Execute, and Maintain Your Web Site, and Joomla 24-Hour Trainer. Jen currently offers courses through Harvard Extension School and National University. She is also available for individual private tutoring, customized classroom training, and consulting. Jen earned a BS in biology at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MS in internet strategy management at the Marlboro College Graduate School.
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