Tag Archives: SASS

Sass is a scripting language that is compiled into Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). It is a kind of preprocessor language. It was initially designed by… Read More
Introduction:Sass is a scripting language that is compiled into Cascading style sheets (CSS). It is a kind of preprocessor language. It was initially designed by… Read More
Introduction: Lets first talk about the various types of Combinators available in CSS. Combinator: A combinator is something that explains the relationship between the selectors.… Read More
Mixin is one of the best features of SASS, which works like a function. You can create mixins for repeated CSS properties and then include… Read More
The sass:string module makes it easy to combine, search, or split strings apart. The following are the list of functions that can be used using… Read More
Sass rgba function uses Red-green-blue-alpha model to describe colours where alpha is used to add opacity to the color. It’s value ranges between 0.0 (completely… Read More
Sass or syntactically awesome style sheets is a CSS preprocessor that gives CSS such powers that are not available in plain CSS. It gives the… Read More
CSS is itself a good language for web designing but stylesheets are becoming more complex, larger, and even harder to maintain. That’s where a preprocessor… Read More
A variable is like a container where we can store some data and then reuse it later in our code. Therefore, one can define it… Read More
SASS provides many built-in modules that contain various useful functions and some mixins that makes it easy to use. All built-in modules begin with sass:… Read More
Sass supports every at-rule that is a part of the proper CSS. In order to stay flexible and future-compatible with the upcoming versions of CSS,… Read More
SASS provides many built-in modules that contain various useful functions and some mixins that makes it easy to use. All built-in modules begin with sass:… Read More
The sass:map module gives functions that makes it possible to look up the values associated with the key of a map. Some of the major… Read More
The @each rule is used to emit styles or evaluate codes for each element of a list or each pair of a map. It is… Read More
@for rule is used to count up or down from one number to another and check the section for every number that comes in between… Read More