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Best Tools & Info for Modern Web Design

Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets(SaSS) are popular for speeding CSS Development, and Compass is a SaSS extension used for automatically compiling your SASS code. Improve your website's Frontend CSS and read the resource guide.

What is Sass? Guide to CSS with superpowers

What is Sass? It's CSS with superpowers, as our writer explains Beginners or those who have taken a break from web design for a few years may not know what Sass is, but we're here to help explain with this guide to those starting out or in need of a refresher.

How To Speed Up Your Website By Up To 350% - The Raygun Blog

Website speed matters. How does yours stack up? Speed up your website, and improve user experience with these 10 easy fixes from our senior designer.

The 10 Best SASS Tools for Modern Web Design

Plain Vanilla CSS for modern web design needs, Thank You! CSS management in large complex projects has become nightmare and that is why use of CSS preprocessors is on the growth. Sass is the most widely used CSS preprocessor, stable and boasts a large community of supporters.

Responsive design for enterprise sites – net magazine

Matt James explains how you can deliver a modern, performant site when you don’t have access to resources like Grunt and Sass The current frontend landscape is a sea of build tools, frameworks and…

CSS to Sass: Converting an Existing Site

Convert an existing site to use Sass. Learn the benefits of libSass, discover how to set up a Sass-friendly development environment, and find how to debug Sass styles, create variables and mixins, and generate new Sass styles.

How to Speed Up a Website | Blurb Blog

In our never-ending quest to create the best website experience possible, we realized that we needed to make page performance a priority. This would be no small feat given a website architecture that had been around for nearly a decade.

Getting started with Sass and Compass - Dưa Leo Blog

So your friend, co-worker, web-buddy or whomever told you about Sass, Compass … or both. Great! Now what? In this beginner guide we take you through the first steps of getting started with Sass and Compass. We walk you through installation, creating a test project, compiling your first lines of Sass to CSS, and we even “mixin” a little Sass history. Install Sass and Compass Sass and Compass get installed as Ruby gems so you’ll need to have Ruby on your machine. If you’re on Windows, you can run the Ruby Installer. On Linux, Rails Ready provides several Ruby essentials. On OS X, Ruby is already installed by default so Ruby just works. Getting Ruby in place is beyond the scope of this article, so, if you hit any snags hit up the mailing list if you need help finding..