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SASS supports two types of syntax. Each one can be differently used to load your required CSS or even the other syntax. 1. SCSS: The… Read More
Compatibility: Dart Sass is fully compatible with using equality operators, whereas LibSass and older versions of Ruby Sass (older than version 4.0.0) consider numbers as… Read More
Sass supports some operators that can be used to generate strings. <expression> + <expression> eturns a string that contains both expressions’ values. If the either… Read More
Sass supports the standard mathematical numeric operators. They can automatically convert between compatible units, like minutes can be added with seconds and they will be… Read More
Relational operators are those which compare the values of two numbers. They tell whether one number is smaller or greater than or equal to the… Read More
Color Components: Before we move to the SASS color functions, let’s make sure we know the elements of color that they change. The simple color… Read More
SASS Introspection functions allow you to inspect the conditions of SASS itself. You can not use them when you are making stylesheets, but they’re crucial… Read More
SASS provides and support a variety of useful operators in order to work with different values. These operators consists of the standard mathematical operators like… Read More
Just like the SASS string functions, SASS gives a simple set of functions for changing the numeric values, and these values work the way you’d… Read More
SASS stands for Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets. It was designed by Hampton Catlin and developed by Natalie Weizenbaum. Sass is a CSS pre-processor. Sass reduces… Read More
The SASS list functions are used to modify new lists. The lists need to be created inside circular brackets in order to differentiate from others.… Read More
The SASS Map data-type is used to display one or more key-value pairs. Along with the map functions shown in the below lists, you can… Read More
The selector functions help in checking and changing the CSS selectors in the style-sheet. All of the functions except selector-nest() prevents the use of the… Read More
SASS string functions are quite similar to the string functions of any other programming language with only a single difference i.e. the SASS strings uses… Read More
SASS is a powerful preprocessing language that helps us to write our code more efficiently in an easy and concise manner. Some of the best… Read More