March 18, 2014
CSS controls the look and formatting of your website, allowing you to give your site a unique look. CSS Preprocessors take this to another level, making it easier to reuse and manage your CSS code.
Although their syntax is different, both LESS and SASS follow the DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself) principle and support reusable variables, nested selectors, and functions. Define your style only once; apply to your selectors as needed. Saving you time. And writing better, cleaner CSS.
In this hands-on presentation, we’ll go through how to create a WordPress theme style sheet with SASS and LESS CSS, and reuse your styles on future projects.