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SASS is also called Syntactically Awesome Stylesheet. It is a programming language that is interpreted into CSS. The Last Child selector is a selector that… Read More
Placeholder is another special kind of selector. It is used when you are writing your own SASS library. Its work is very similar to mixin… Read More
Mixins can be used to group styles that can be assigned different values and can be used multiple times like function. We can also pass… Read More
SASS Nesting makes our work very efficient, we don’t have to repeat outer selectors again and again. We can write nested selectors in the order… Read More
Parent selector is a special type of selector in SASS, which allows us to reuse the outer(Parent) selector in an efficient way. See the example… Read More
SASS supports boolean values: true false It is used in conditional compilation where the expression evaluates to either of these values. Assign a boolean value… Read More
Shadowing and Flow control are methods of changing the value of variables. These two methods are very useful when we are working with a SASS… Read More
Interpolation is basically an insertion. Interpolation allows us to interpolate sass expressions into a simple SASS or CSS code. Means, you can define ( some… Read More
@if, @else, @else-if allows us to control flow in SASS file compilation like JavaScript. @if: @if block will be compiled if the value of the… Read More